On Wednesday, Orlando Bloom revealed a corrected model of the tattoo he bought in honor of his son Flynn, which initially had the 9-year-old’s name misspelled in Morse code.
“Lastly dot it proper! How do you make a mistake like that? #pinterestfail (learn the small print) 😂,” the actor, 43, captioned an Instagram shot of his new and improved ink, together with an extra new tattoo tribute to his late canine, Sidi.
Hungarian tattoo artist Balazs Bercsenyi, who created Bloom’s design, additionally shared an replace on his account. “Spherical 2 with @orlandobloom + we added the lacking dot to the morse code, and did a small one in reminiscence of Sidi, his canine + conclusion: by no means totally belief what your purchasers discover on pinterest 😁,” he wrote. “Life is formally again to regular.”
After Bloom initially confirmed off his tattoo on Tuesday, followers shortly identified that the design was brief one dot, thus spelling out F-R-Y-N-N as an alternative of F-L-Y-N-N.
“Babe you spelled it improper,” one commenter wrote on the time, whereas one other mentioned, “sir i’m sorry however that tattoo most undoubtedly says ‘frynn.’”
The tattoo additionally contains the date and time of Flynn’s delivery: Jan. 6, 2011, at 9:03 a.m. Bloom, who’s at the moment engaged to Katy Perry, shares his son with ex Miranda Kerr.