Fearne Cotton pays tribute to David Bowie with tattoo

Fearne Cotton has had a tattoo in honour of late music legend David Bowie.

The TV presenter had the inking of a lightning bolt etched onto the side of her rib cage to mark her 35th birthday.

She showed off her new tatt online, writing: “This picture is entitled ‘Its my birthday and I’ll get a David Bowie tattoo if I want to.’ My friend Clare and I have been wanting to commemorate our hero David and today felt like the right day.”

Fearne later shared a lyric from Bowie’s song Starman.

The star shared other snaps from her birthday, including one of her clutching an armful of balloons.

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Bowie died in January aged 69 after battling cancer.

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