AN I am a Celeb superfan has proudly unveiled his new tattoo of Ant and Dec at Gwrych Fort.
Phil Norval, from Rhyl, received the Geordie pair’s faces etched into the again of his thigh to rejoice the present filming in Wales for the primary time.
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An I’m A Celeb superfan will get Ant and Dec tattoo of stars at Gwrych FortCredit score: Phil Norval/Day by day Put up Wales
The tattoo was designed by his nephew and an artist in Abergele took three hours to attract it on his leg.
Phil, 47, advised ITV information: “I’ve at all times been an enormous fan of Ant and Dec and I like all their reveals so I used to be actually excited to listen to I am a Celeb was coming to North Wales.
“I assumed I could as effectively get a tattoo to mark the event as it would by no means occur once more.
Phil confirmed off his new tribute to the Geordie hostsCredit score: Phil Norval/Day by day Put up Wales
Ant and Dec are internet hosting I am A Celeb in Wales for the primary timeCredit score: Rex Options
“I spoke to my nephew, Mike about having one thing executed and he got here up with a design for me.
“I had it executed on the again of my leg – it was in all probability probably the most painful ones in the course of my thigh.”
He added: “I’m coated in tattoos, I’ve received round 20 of them together with ET and Discovering Nemo however this one might be probably the most random – it’s very completely different.
Ant and Dec got here head to head with Lee Crane’s tattooCredit score: Instagram
“I am actually happy with it however nobody is aware of about it but.
“I am hoping Ant and Dec get to listen to about it.”
In 2017 Ant and Dec met with a superfan who received their faces tattooed on every of his bum cheeks.
The Saturday Night Takeaway hosts regarded a bit unnerved by the tattoo, which reveals the pair of them sharing a bit of spaghetti.
They captioned the image on Instagram: “Oh god!! The day lastly got here the place we met the tattoo man!!”
Lee later stated: “No, they did not signal it – they had been busy boys as we speak. They discovered it very humorous.”