It's no surprise that Brooklyn Beckham is taking after his father when it comes to tattoo addiction.
The 18-year-old's first tattoo caused quite a stir, with many accusing him of cultural appropriation after he got a Native American inked on his forearm.
His newest one isn't faring much better with his followers, who have pointed out the discrepancy with some amusement.
The eldest Beckham child was famously named after the place he was conceived, of course, which doesn't quite tally with his new ink...
Brooklyn Beckham has a made in England tattoo. Brooklyn Beckham ... BROOKLYN .... BRRRRRROOOOOOOOKLYYYYN
— James Buckley (@James_Buckley) August 2, 2017
So, Brooklyn Beckham has a tattoo saying "Made in England" which is confusing! They chose the name because he was made in America… ðŸ¤”
— Blue's Smokehouse (@BluesBracknell) August 2, 2017
This is a tattoo that Brooklyn Beckham has chosen to put on his body pic.twitter.com/jT4VvFrixL
— Rachel Simon (@Rachel_Simon) August 2, 2017
Brooklyn Beckham has got a 'made in England' tattoo.. I thought he was called Brooklyn because he was conceived there?
— Charlie (@charvictoriia) August 2, 2017
The awkward moment when Brooklyn Beckham gets a "Made In England" tattoo despite being named after the place where he was conceived...
— Harry J Bartlett (@HarryJBartlett) August 3, 2017
BROOKLYN BECKHAM GOT A TATTOO SAYING "MADE IN ENGLAND" AND I CAN'T STOP LAUGHING
— joe (@goulcher) August 3, 2017
Does someone want to tell Brooklyn Beckham that his new "Made in England" tattoo is maybe at odds with his first name
— Adeel Amini (@adeelamini) August 1, 2017