Justin and Hailey Bieber just got matching fruit tattoos

Natasha Harding
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From Cosmopolitan

Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber have more than a few tattoos between them. While Justin's ink is slightly more noticeable (remember his recent face tattoo?), Hailey's also amassed something of a collection over the years, albeit her designs tend to verge more towards the minimalist side of things. But now they've just gone and got matching tattoos merging both of their styles and we're kinda into it.

Following Justin's latest album Justice (which features the absolute bop 'Peaches'), the couple have just revealed fre$h ink that appears to give a not-so-subtle nod to the tune.

Justin took to Instagram to share a couple of snaps of his latest addition: a peach on his neck (swipe for a closer look), designed by one of Hollywood's most famous tattoo artists, Brian Woo (AKA Dr Woo).

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Woo then shared more pics of the design on his own account, writing "Lil 🍑 for JB":

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Then, Hailey Bieber shared another photo on her own Instagram Stories showing that she got the exact same design, because they're cute like that. But rather than opting for a neck tatt, Hailey went for a little peach on the inside of her arm:

Photo credit: @_dr_woo; @haileybieber - Instagram
Photo credit: @_dr_woo; @haileybieber - Instagram

For those of you thinking that they legit just got the peach emoji tattooed, you might want to look a little closer, as there's actually an important point of difference. Both Justin and Hailey's tatts have just one leaf on the stems, whereas the emoji has two, meaning the designs could still be inspired by the keyboard characters, but are more likely intended to resemble the actual fruit.

Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go and listen to 'Peaches' on repeat.

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