Britains most tattooed woman displays £35k ink collection in stunning dress

Britains most tattooed woman displays  £35k ink collection in stunning dress
Published 1 years ago on Feb 26, 2023

Britain's most tattooed woman Becky Holt left fans gushing as she slipped into a gorgeous dress for a late Valentine's Day outing. 

Famous for her tattoos, the Cheshire mum-of-one has spent an eye-watering £35,000 on her ink collection. 

She's covered around 95% of her skin with designs and turned to facial tattoos only when she ran out of space.

The influencer, who garnered 137,000 Instagram followers, uses her online presence to show off her ink. 

Now in her latest upload, Becky enjoyed a glam night out celebrating the day of love over the weekend. 

Her caption read: "Late Valentine's night out," as she posed in a black midi dress with a pair of killer heels.

In the first photo, Becky cheekily posed with her crossed legs, then switched it up for the next snap.

Fans were left in awe as they praised the mum for the two stunning snaps she posted a couple of days ago.

One wrote: "Hope you had a fab time!! You look amazing," while another added: "Absolute worldie."

Meanwhile a third praised her recent surgery, as they wrote: "You look great! Your eyes and nose came out looking perfect."

Currently the mum has calligraphy on her forehead and mandala patterns on her cheeks.

She recently revealed she'd never tattoo the front of her face as it would "take her beauty away".

Recently, the inked lass was dubbed "unreal" as she flaunted her ink in chain lingerie. 

Becky went all out to show off her fabulous curves as she opted to wear a latex bodysuit decorated with chains across the bust area. 

The slinky black outfit was super saucy, and also enabled her to flaunt her tattoos to the max.

She dressed up to the nines as she headed to a Fire and Ice event with pals.


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