A Brief Investigation Into Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson's Coupled-Up Tattoos

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson's relationship has been a bit of a whirlwind: The two were only publicly dating for a few weeks before getting engaged in June. Since then, fans have been noticing new coupled-up ink pop up on both stars. The meanings of some of these tattoos are pretty straightforward; others are a bit more symbolic.

Below, we break down all the tattoos Grande and Davidson have gotten since their journey began.

Davidson and Grande's cloud tattoos: Fans first noticed when the cloud tattoo popped up on Davidson's Instagram in May. (Though it's since been removed.) Two days before, Grande was spotted carrying what appeared to be Davidson's phone, which had a cloud cover, and she also posted a cloud emoji caption to one of her photos on May 14. In the photos below, you can see what appears to be a small cloud tattoo on their middle fingers.

Davidson's bunny ears: About a month ago, the SNL star's tattoo artist shared a photo of a black bunny-ear mask Davidson had tattooed on his neck. Pop music fans know these ears were important iconography in Grande's Dangerous Woman music era.

The AG on Davidson's thumb: Welp, this one's pretty straightforward: "AG" forms Grande's initials.

The "8418" on Grande's foot: E! Online clocked what appears to be the numbers "8418" tattooed on Grande's lower left foot in July. Davidson's father, Scott, was a firefighter who died in 9/11. His badge number? 8418.

Davidson has the sequence tattooed on his left arm, too.

"Reborn": Us Weekly reports that on June 18, Davidson had the word "reborn" tattooed on his hand. A few days later, Grande posted to Instagram Stories holding one of her birthday presents, and guess what was on her hand? A "reborn" tattoo.

"Pete": Grande has apparently gotten her fiance's first name tattooed above the first knuckle of her ring finger.

"Grande": Davidson now has his fiancee's last name tattooed on the side of his body.

"H2GKMO": This stands for "honest to god knock me out," which is a favorite expression of Grande's. The couple have it tattooed on their thumbs.

Breakfast at Tiffany's: In September, according to People, Davidson got "mille tendresse" tattooed on the back of his neck. Grande has the same quote, which comes from Breakfast at Tiffany's and means "a thousand tendernesses."

That's it for now. Of course, we'll update this post when Grande and Davidson have more ink, well, inked.

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