Cara Delevingne and Selena Gomez have revealed they have got matching watercolour rose tattoos by celebrated artist Bang Bang.
The Only Murders In The Building co-stars, both 29, are close friends and Cara shared a topless picture to show off her tattoo which sits on her side on Instagram.
Bang Bang’s account also shared the snap of Selena with the pink tattoo, which sits on her back below a set of Roman numerals.
The watercolour style piece depicted a rose with drips coming from it.
The tattoo artist first shared a picture of Selena’s ink, with the message: ‘Watercolor on @selenagomez. Thank you for always being wonderful.’ [sic]
The page later added an image of Cara’s and wrote: ‘Matching for @caradelevingne I had so much fun making these tattoos— thanks for always trusting me Cara. fyi I didn’t tell them til the end that these were my first watercolor tattoos ever.’ [sic]
In 2012, Selena unveiled a roman numeral tattoo for the number 76, and Bang Bang said at the time: ‘The tattoo was a tribute to a family member who she said means a lot to her.
Selena was nervous it might have been painful, so she held her best friend’s hand the whole time. But she did a great job.
In 2013, tattoo artist Daniel Tucci told Cosmopolitan about Cara’s XII tattoo, saying: ‘She told me that 12 is her lucky number and that’s her lucky place, below her breast.’
Meanwhile, Selena recently revealed she loves working with Cara after the model joined the cast of the new show.
She said: ‘We just did our first day together yesterday … It’s so fun. We were just dying and laughing most of the time because we just know each other so well.’
Bang Bang Tattoo has also inked the likes of Justin Bieber, Kylie Jenner and Rihanna.
It comes after Kaia Gerber showed off her matching tattoo with Cara back in August 2020.
Kaia shared a series of snaps including one which showed the pair’s matching ‘solemate’ tattoos on their feet.
Kaia, who is the daughter of supermodel Cindy Crawford, shared two snaps of what appeared to be her and Cara’s feet.
One revealed they had matching tattoos saying ‘solemate’ while the other showed them interlinking toes while holding hands, without the inkings