I'm UK's most tattooed mum – I always say same thing to trolls who tell me I'll regret them | The Sun

BRITAIN’S most tattooed mum has revealed she always issues the same response when trolls claim she'll regret her inkings.

Becky Holt, a model from Cheshire, has covered 95 per cent of her body in eye-catching designs and has no plans on stopping there.

The 34-year-old, who has a two year old daughter, knows her look might not be for everyone but doesn't understand why anyone would be rude about it.

OnlyFans creator Becky has spent more than £35k on her artwork and has even been tattooed on her armpits and genitals.

She says: "People are generally quite nice to my face.

"It's online they've said I look horrible or have too many tattoos or to avoid face.

"They say 'what will you look like when you’re older?'"

But Becky always has the same response: "This annoys me because who has good skin at 60 whether you have tattoos or not?"

But sometimes people are genuinely interested to know more about her artwork and have real questions.

She explains: "It's a good conversation starter when you meet people.

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"Usually the questions are what hurt the most, what took the longest and how many I have."

Sometimes Becky is even judged by the managers of different bars and restaurants who refuse her service,

She adds: "I have found that I’m rejected for places as well. Usually places abroad. I was in Turkey recently and my friend and I walked to a bar.

"We both have face tattoos and the place was empty but he said it was full and we couldn't come in.

"I've been to Texas and New York and rejected in places too. They think it’s gang related but it’s not very often that happens."

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