GOK Wan has gotten a huge new tattoo as he paid tribute to his loved ones.
The This Morning fashion expert went under the needle on his neck which he dedicated to his nearest and dearest.
Gok, 48 posted a heartwarming snap onto his Instagram grid page to show off his new body art.
The TV presenter flaunted his new inking which contains a poignant image of a black flock of birds.
He captioned the photo: "Today this happened for all the people in my life whom I love to help brings us a lifetime of optimism, gratitude and hope… thanks @illytattoo for your fine lines and detail ♥️."
His fans rushed to the comments section to praise the star and lavish praise on the design.
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One fan commented: "This made me cry happy/sad tears ❤️"
A second said: "Oh o love it… beautiful and so poignant xx."
Meanwhile, a third noted: "Beautiful piece of artwork, I love it 💜."
Another wrote: "I don’t like birds but I like this."
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A fifth commented: "Ooh that must have hurt but it's lovely ❤️."
And a sixth said: "I hate tattoos. But this is actually very nice."
This comes after Gok hinted that he misses his former colleague Eamonn Holmes on the set of this Morning.
The former Breakfast TV anchor previously quit ITV after he and wife Ruth Langsford were replaced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun, when asked specifically if he missed Eamonn on the show, Gok said: "Oh, I love all the [This Morning] family, I love all the family."
Eamonn left the long running daytime chat show after he came under fire in 2020.
Ofcom received over 400 complaints after Eamonn said that he believes there could be something to the claims linking 5G and coronavirus.
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