After being hailed by superstar designer and singer Rihanna as a “chic mom” who adores “the way she just allows her kids to be who they are,” Heather and her twin children, Max and Nick, decided to get matching barely-there tattoos that still pack a big punch regarding the trio’s close bond.
The family took a trip to the renowned Newport Tattoo parlor in Costa Mesa, California, where they were tatted with small morse-code tattoos on their middle fingers that translate to the letter “D” for the family’s famous last name.
Heather’s daughter Max took to her Instagram with a series of photos documenting the process, including the final product.
The caption read, “tongues out tattoos on.”
Heather’s daughter Max recently came out as bisexual and penned a book entitled, I’ll Give It to You Straightish: What Your Teen Wants You to Know. The book details Max’s coming out process in hopes of educating other families and helping bisexual individuals on their journey.
Heather’s middle daughter, Kat, also recently revealed she was a lesbian this past February. So, maybe she’ll be initiated with a family tattoo soon as well.
Heather and her husband, Dr. Terry Dubrow, have made it a point to show their love and support of their children and consistently shower them with praise and admiration for their accomplishments on the show’s current season. Some viewers have been down for it, while others, like former RHOC alum Tamra Judge, slammed the Dubrows for “self-producing” and using their children for their own personal gain and relevance.
No matter how you perceive the Dubrows, the matching ink doesn’t seem too off-brand for the family, I suppose. Another way to express the unity within the family.
The Real Housewives of Orange County currently airs Wednesday nights at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.
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