GLAMOUR girl Jodie Marsh has shown off her latest inking after getting two sets of matching tattoos with her pals – but they come with a heartbreaking meaning.
Jodie, 44, took to Instagram to show off her latest inking which she had done as a tribute to her beloved Rottweiler, Rosie, who she had put to sleep after a health issue.
The star described getting the ever-lasting tribute as the amazing part of the “saddest day ever”.
Taking to Instagram, Jodie wrote in a lengthy first caption: “What an amazing end to the saddest day ever.
“Me, Steph and Jack all got paw prints tattooed for Rosie!!!! Thank you soooooo much to Mark from @g.o.i_tattoo_studio_gloucester for coming all the way to Essex to tattoo us all.
“So meaningful and we’re all so emotional. It’s been such a traumatic day but ending it like this with best friends and tattoos is literally amazing!!!!!”
The former Celebrity Big Brother contestant revealed that she had her pals did not stop at the paw print inking either.
She quickly followed up the post by confirming the three friends had gotten a further matching tattoo, this time in the form of a care bear.
Animal lover Jodie had the name of her rescue centre, ‘Fripp’s Farm’, inked into the middle of the animated figures.
She added to the post: “Last night as well as having tattoos dedicated to Rosie, we also had matching Care Bears for @frippsfarm !! So me, @the_house_of_hairy and @ngirlv1 all@got these done by @g.o.i_tattoo_studio_gloucester !!!! We love them so much.
“How cute are these? I loved last night so much. After the saddest day ever it was so wonderful to be surrounded by best friends and to get tattoos !!!”
Jodie had been caring for dog Rosie who had been battling a series of health issues and had undergone a number of operations in a bid to prolong her life.
However, the devastated star revealed that the best option to keep Rosie out of pain would be for her to go to sleep after revealing that the only other option for the pooch would be amputation, a huge ordeal that Jodie felt was unnecessary as it would only give her another six months.
Jodie currently cares for around 250 animals after shifting her career focus.