Ulrika Jonsson has showcased her brand-new body ink which is dedicated to her beloved dog Dexter who recently passed away.
The Swedish-British TV presenter, 53, took to Instagram to unveil two new huge tattoos which are inked on her body as a token of love for all her pet pooches who have died.
The blonde beauty posted a topless snap to showcase the tattoos on her upper back.
Ulrika insisted that the tattoo which is dedicated to Dexter is ‘long overdue’ as she gave the first glimpse of the piece of art which spelled her beloved dog’s name alongside a tattoo of his paw imprint.
Above her ‘Dexter’ tattoo, Ulrika also got the words ‘Mother of Bullies’ inked on her skin.
While in the tattoo parlour, Ulrika killed two birds with one stone as she got an old finger tattoo updated.
The much-loved TV star corrected the tiny tattoo in a bid to transform it from a broken heart to a full beating heart on her right ring finger.
“And a repair of my broken heart,” she wrote.
She didn’t stop there though, as she also decided to get a new piercing before heading home.
Ulrika showed off a trendy new crystal stud in her upper ear.
“Sneaky piercing today @ravepiercings. Turns out I’m a bit of a bleeder…” she wrote alongside the Instagram story.
Ulrika’s reign of new body ink comes after the star suffered heartbreak last month when her beloved French Bulldog, Fella, tragically died while in a foster home.
The star had made the decision after her English bulldog Nessie had tragically died due to kidney problems.
Ulrika has since had his ashes returned to her and revealed plans to bury Fella’s ashes alongside Nessie and her other late bulldog Dexter.
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When Ulrika first took Fella in, he had a broken jaw, arthritis , testicular cancer, and tumours in his mouth.
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