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It was only a few weeks ago that a photo emerged of Harry Styles getting tattooed, but it seems the 18-year-old has found time to visit the chair since.
The One Direction star was sporting yet more new inkings as he left Manchester’s Key 103 radio station on Tuesday night.
Despite wearing a white long-sleeved shirt, Harry made sure he kept the sleeves pushed up, ensuring that everyone could see the new body art on his left wrist and both forearms.
Along with his small padlock, which was tattooed on by singer Ed Sheeran, Harry is now sporting a few other random images.
The scribble-like tattoos appear to be of two zig zags, a skeleton of a fish and the figure 99p.
Directly on his wrist he also has a slogan that begins with ‘I can’t but it was hard to see the rest of it.
On either arm he has the words ‘Things I can’ and ‘Thing’s I can’t,’ and it seems he had the tattoos done in Dublin on October 12.
During an appearance on Irish chat show, The Late Late Show, Harry revealed that he had been to the tattoo parlour that same day but refused to show them off as they were still bandaged up.
He also declined to divulge what the tattoos actually meant, but his band mate Nial Horan quickly said: ‘It’s a London thing.’
Harry’s latest cluster of tattoos will join a number of images he already has on his body, which includes a black star, an Iced Gem, comedy and tragedy drama masks, a birdcage and the words SMCL.
The words SMCL have led some fans to speculate it means ‘smile more, cry later’ or ‘Simon Cowell’ – who famously put the band together on X Factor two years ago.
As they left the radio station, the band could all be seen wearing skinny jeans and trainers as they posed for photos together.
So Me and Liam joined the crew yesterday and got two screw tattoo’s on our ankles, now we all have it except Niall! Come on @NiallOfficial.’
Perhaps he took Harry’s advice and visited celebrity tattooist Kevin Paul, who is in the process of creating a sleeve of etchings for Harry.
Kevin told Sugarscape last month: ‘I did a couple of bits on him last night.
They’re really personal to him – the reasons he had them done and stuff, so he doesn’t really want to announce what they are.
‘I’m doing him a half sleeve which he doesn’t mind people knowing about.
We’re doing that now, so over the next week or two I’m gonna draw that up, send him the pictures over and then I’ll go back down and start it up.
One was something from his childhood, and another one was something really important in his life.