Gok Wan debuts huge new neck tattoo with symbolic meaning

Fashion expert Gok Wan has revealed his enormous new neck tattoo, which he has dedicated to all the people in his life who he loves.

The This Morning presenter, 48, posted a snap to his Instagram page to show off his new body art with his followers.

Gok flaunted his new inking which contains a poignant design featuring a flock of black birds, which starts at the nape of his neck and ends just below his left ear.

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."

Friends and followers flocked to the comments section to compliment Gok on his latest ink.

His This Morning colleague Dr Ranj Singh left a heart eye emoji underneath the photo, while one fan wrote: "I don’t like birds but I like this."

"Love this brought tears to my eyes," another penned while one fan said, "Looks brilliant almost makes me want one…."

The TV presenter is no stranger to tattoos and has a vast collection on his body, including three stick people on one of his forearms and a moustache on the inside of one of his fingers.

Gok's new ink comes after he described the moment he was most starstruck throughout his successful 20 year television career.

Speaking exclusively to OK!, he detailed meeting Sarah Jessica Parker at the Sex and The City premiere in 2008, admitting that he'd "never been so nervous in my life."

"Presenting the SATC film premieres was phenomenal. I’ve never been so nervous in my life, watching Sarah Jessica Parker walk towards me on the red carpet," Gok said.


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