Celebrities with Tattoos Dedicated to Loved Ones

These celebrity tattoos are dedicated to their loved ones. Check out Paris Jackson, Lea Michele, and other celebs who have gotten memorial tattoos.

April 14, 2016
By: Briana Finelli

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Paris Jackson revealed another tattoo honoring her father, this time of cover art from his album, "Dangerous." She's not alone -- plenty of other celebrities have gotten ink to remind them of their loved ones. Click through photos of just a few of the sweetest celebrity tribute tattoos.

Paris Jackson made headlines when she got a tattoo to honor her late father, Michael Jackson. It reads "Queen of My Heart" in his handwriting, and she captioned her photo with a sweet message: "To everyone else he was the King of Pop. To me, well, he was the king of my heart."

Lady Gaga got the name 'Joanne' tattooed on her forearm in honor of her late aunt who died at the age of 19 from Lupus. Joanne is also the name of her most recent album.

Adele's tattoo behind her ear is for her son, Angelo.

Barrymore tattooed her children's names on her wrist.

Jessica Alba shares a sanskrit tattoo with both her mother and grandmother.

Lea Michele got a tattoo for her late grandmother on the side of her ring finger. The coffee mug is symbolic, because her grandmother was the first one to give her coffee.

Angelina Jolie's upper left arm tattoo is of her children's birth coordinates.

David Beckham has tattoo for all his children, but his most recent ink was for his youngest daughter, Harper.

Julia Roberts has her children's names -- Hazel, Phinnaeus, and Henry -- on her lower back.

Lebron James has the name of his son, Bryce Maximus, tattooed on his right forearm.

Proud dad Lenny Kravitz tattooed a "Z" on his ring finger as a tribute to his daughter Zoe.

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