Paris Jackson honours John Lennon with new tattoo

Paris Jackson has had a tattoo in honour of John Lennon.

The 18-year-old – the daughter of late King of Pop Michael Jackson – had The Beatles star’s image inked onto her arm.

She showed off the new marking on her social media accounts.

She captioned the shot: “The yeti permanently stamped my skin with the face of a legend today. thank you @hailconnorcade.”

Paris, who recently opened up about being a victim of cyber bullying, had words from Lennon’s song Imagine inked under the image of his face.

The line reads: “Imagine all the people living life in peace.”

The teenager has other tattoos, including one that honours her dad. The etching reads “Queen of my Heart,” in Michael Jackson’s handwriting.

Paris was only 11 when her famous father died following an overdose of the anaesthetic propofol in 2009.

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