Our babies are the most precious things in the world to us, and beyond the world of Instagram, we love nothing more than to proudly boast about them. Well, this is something that Dawn O’Porter can now do, simply by raising her hand!


The writer and presenter has this weekend unveiled a simple but sweet tattoo dedication to her 17-month-old son, Art.


The 37-year-old, who is married to Bridesmaids star Chris O’Dowd, took to her social media channels to make the big reveal, sharing a before and after from the tattoo parlour.



While it was clearly not the most comfortable way for Dawn to spend her afternoon, it was definitely worth it as she showed off her minimalist ‘Art’ inking, on her ring finger.


“So I should probably keep him now,” joked the mum-of-one, as her followers took to her page to express their approval of her body art.




A photo posted by Dawn O'Porter (@hotpatooties) on



So I should probably keep him.

A photo posted by Dawn O'Porter (@hotpatooties) on


Dawn and Chris wed back in 2012, and went on to welcome little Art three years later.


Gushing over motherhood, Dawn previously told Glamour: “I love it. Art’s given me a really lovely start. It’s hard work and bloody relentless, but he’s a really nice baby. I feel very lucky to have a healthy child.”


What do you think of Dawn’s new tattoo?


SHARE with a fan of this super-cute couple who will just love Dawn’s dedication.




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