Ulrika Jonsson has unveiled a tattoo tribute to her late dog Fella.
The former Gladiators star shared a close-up of the inking, which features the Bulldog’s name and the letters “EF”, in a nod to the organisation she first fostered the pooch from.
“A wee tribute to my boy, Fella, who I lost in March,” wrote the TV star on Instagram.
“Initially fostered by me from the amazing @theedwardfoundation but I knew I couldn’t let him go, he was a keeper.
“A 9 yr old boy who’d had a pretty rough life and was riddled with health issues.
“But I hope we gave him the best last 1 1/2yrs of his life (with huge thanks to Clare HB at the end) despite his dementia and general bonkersness like eating soil and barking at walls…”
“What a handsome boy you were, Fell,” added Jonsson, 53.
“My God, we loved you.”
Jonsson also shared that she’d had some other new tattoos done and would reveal them to her fans at a later date.
The TV presenter adores dogs and in May had an inking done in honour of her late bulldog Dexter.
The tattoo on her back is of a large paw print, with the words “Mother of Bullies” across the top and “Dexter” underneath.
Then in June, the mum-of-four followed it up with having an etching done in honour of her dog Nessie, who passed away in 2020 after suffering from kidney failure.
The tattoo on her arm is of a yellow flower, with “Nessie” written underneath.
Jonsson also has a pooch called Leo, and last year revealed that he was starting treatment after being diagnosed with a type of leukaemia.
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