Ariana Grande reveals sweet tattoo tributes for fiancé Pete Davidson and his late father

Posted on Jul 15 2018 - 11:38am by admin

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson engaged: Pete Davidson's Ariana Grande tattooAriana Grande has unveiled tattoo tributes to fiancé Pete Davidson [Instagram/Ariana Grande]

After just three weeks of dating, Pete Davidson unveiled two tattoos dedicated to his girlfriend Ariana Grande. Now she has returned the favour, posting photos of her inked tributes to him.

Just days before their engagement was announced to the world, Ariana showed off her fiancé’s markings on Instagram.

The first showed her Dangerous Woman icon behind his left ear, where the second saw her initialed sketched on his thumb.

Ariana Grande's new boyfriend got a tribute tattoo for herPete’s tattoo tribute to Ariana [Instagram/Ariana Grande]

Following a Chanel styled manicure, the God Is A Woman singer, showed off a small tribute that reads “Pete.”

The worded tattoo sits on her wedding ring finger, just above the beauty’s dazzling engagement ring.

Ariana also has the number “8148” tattooed on her ankle, a touching tribute to Pete’s late dad.

Ariana has now shown off her "Pete" tattooAriana has now shown off her “Pete” tattoo [Instagram/NAILSWAG]

Pete DavidsonThe pair got engaged after just three weeks of dating [Instagram/Ariana Grande]

Pete tragically lost his firefighter father during the 9/11 terror attacks when he was just seven years old.

The Saturday Night Live comedian also has “8148,” his dad’s NYPD badge number, tattooed on his left arm.

Pete was recently slammed by Ariana’s fans for making a joke about the Manchester terror attack, which saw 22 people lose their lives at one of Ariana’s concerts. 

Ariana Grande claimed Pete Davidson's comment was 'unfortunate'Ariana recently defended Pete’s “unfortunate” joke about the Manchester terror attack [Twitter/Ariana Grande]

He claimed that Ariana must be famous because “Britney Spears didn’t have a terrorist attack at her concert.”

However, Ariana jumped to defend her man, saying: “this has been v tough & conflicting on my heart. he uses comedy to help ppl feel better ab how f-ed up things in this world are. we all deal w trauma differently.

“I of course didn’t find it funny. it was months ago & his intention wasn’t/ is never malicious but it was unfortunate.”

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