Justin Bieber & Dad Get Matching Tattoos! Plus Other Celebs Who Got Inked with Their Parents (Photos)

Justin Bieber and Dad Got Matching Ink!

There are certain things parents do with their kids. Go to their soccer games, throw them birthday parties and if you are like these parent /offspring duos you might also get matching tattoos. Yup, it’s a sign that bonds beyond just DNA and genes, it’s yet another marker saying that you linked forever.

New photos emerged of a tattoo that Justin Bieber got with his dad Jeremy while they were in Israel. But they’re not the only families who get inked together, this trend of mommy/daughter daddy/son matching ink seems to be growing.

Check out these other celebrity families to see who got matching tats! (And to see Justin and his Dad’s new ink).

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  • Justin Bieber got a Matching Tat with His Dad 1 of 5
    Justin Bieber got a Matching Tat with His Dad
    Justin and his dad Jeremy both got tattoos of the Hebrew word Yeshua, "which many believe to be Jesus' Hebrew or Aramaic name" inked onto the left side of their torsos.
  • Lindsay Lohan and Her Mom 2 of 5
    Lindsay Lohan and Her Mom
    What did they get?
  • Star Tats! 3 of 5
    Star Tats!
    Not only do Lindsay Lohan and her mom have matching star tattoos on their wrists, but Lindsay's little sister got one too when she was 17.
  • Stay Strong Demi Lovato 4 of 5
    Stay Strong Demi Lovato
    Demi Lovato and her mom got matching tattoos that say "Stay Strong" in honor of Demi's recent issues.
  • Emma Stone Sweet Mom Bond 5 of 5
    Emma Stone Sweet Mom Bond
    Emma Stone said of her and her mom's tattoos: "We've never gotten tattoos before and probably never will again. Two years ago tomorrow she got diagnosed with breast cancer and she's out of the woods now, which is amazing. I wrote a letter to Paul McCartney asking him if he would draw two little bird feet because he wrote the song and yesterday he sent them to me."
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Photos: PCN and Bieber Photo from Jeremy Bieber’s Facebook

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