Another day, another matching Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande tattoo.
After inking a permanent tribute to their new pet pig together, Davidson, 24, seems to have copied one of his fiancée’s most well-known tattoos. The comedian was spotted with “mille tendresse” written on the back of his neck in the same font and placement as Grande.
The phrase is French for “a thousand tendernesses” and was made popular by the movie “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” Audrey Hepburn’s character says, “Bless you, darling Fred. Please forgive the other night. You were an angel about the whole thing. Mille tendresse.” Grande had the phrase tattooed in 2014. At the time, it was only her second tattoo, but since then the singer, 25, has added many more to her collection, including multiple dedicated to Davidson.
Davidson and Grande have matching cloud tattoos on their fingers, as well as the phrases “Reborn” and “H2GKMO,” which is an acronym for “Honest to God, knock me out.” She even inked “8418,” the badge number of Davidson’s late firefighter father, who died during the 9/11 terrorist attacks in NYC, as well as the word “Pete” on her left ring finger.
In total, the couple has at least six tattoos apiece celebrating their new relationship, which began in May — though the “SNL” star may be pulling ahead with this new addition.
One of Davidson’s tattoo artists, Jon Mesa, told Page Six that he advised against relationship-focused tattoos until after a wedding, though it seems both Davidson and Grande have ignored the warning.
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