How upset would you be if your Royal Wedding celebration tattoo has been inked with the wrong date! It’s exactly what happened to a man from Newcastle. Stephen Nesbitt, 33, had a Royal Wedding Tattoo to celebrate the big day. He wanted to be part of the event in his own way and he loves tattoos. So far so good! But Stephen made the mistake of getting the date wrong on his Royal Wedding Tattoo.
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He asked to have a new tattoo on his thigh to celebrate the Royal Wedding with the wrods “Good Luck William and Kate” and then the date “29th April 2011″ in black ink and thin writing.
It’s only after the tattoo was finished that he realised the tattoo artist had inked the wrong date and he will have to have it redone or have the tattoo removed!
His souvenir of the Royal Wedding could be covered up or you could try and change the date. Maybe he will have a portrait of Pippa Middleton to cover up the mistake as she’s become such a star now. The tattoo artist from Newcastle, Alan Fleck, had to agree to refund the £30 Stephen had paid for the tattoo.
Stephen said: “It’s quirky. It’ll be the only one in the country with that date.” But many of his friend will certainly tell him to go for tattoo removal or go for a cover up to hide the mistake. At least, he will not forget the special day too quickly.