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Cara Delevingne shows off 'Made In England' tattoo
Model Cara Delevingne has unveiled tattoo number three – a 'Made In England' motif on the sole of her foot.
The 20-year-old took to Instagram to debut her new inking. "Made in England! Finally… @bangbangnyc," she captioned the snap.
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Bang Bang refers to the New York City tattoo artist who is behind Cara's body art. Back in May, the ink maestro gave the sister of Poppy Delevingne her debut tattoo – a lion's face emblazoned on her index finger.
"My first tattoo! Lions rule!" she said on Twitter. "I am so happy! Thanks again."
Just one week later, she revealed her next tattoo. Cara, whose middle name is Jocelyn, had 'CJD' etched onto the side of her right hand in large, calligraphic font.
Earlier in the day Cara had updated fans with her plans , tweeting, "Tattoo number two is coming sooooooon!!!"
Bang Bang was recommended to Cara by her good friend Rihanna, who has her own extensive collection of tattoos.
Bang Bang is known for getting his celebrity clientele to add an inking to his body and before Cara left the studio, she tattooed her initials inside a heart onto his leg.
Rihanna was last seen visiting the salon in February, but it has not yet been revealed if she got another inking.
Other famous fans of the New York salon include Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Nicole Scherzinger and British singer Rita Ora.
Rita stopped by the studio earlier in May, when she had a swallow tattooed down the back of her neck. Calling the new design her "baby bird" the Radioactive singer happily tweeted snaps throughout the day for her fans.
Cara is currently enjoying a lavish £500,000 holiday with showbiz pal Rihanna.
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