Aaron Taylor-Johnson, 30, and wife Sam, 54, show off ‘his and hers’ tattoos courtesy of ink master Doctor Woo
They started a romance in 2009 when he was 18 and she 42.
And Aaron and Sam Taylor-Johnson proved that their love is still strong as they just got his and hers tattoos together.
Ink Master Dr. Woo posted photos of the newly inked images on the couple on his Instagram on Tuesday with the caption, “Caught a healed hummingbird on Aaron and added some love for Sam.”
Sign your name on my heart: Aaron and Sam Taylor-Johnson proved their love is still strong as they just got ‘his and hers’ tattoos together courtesy of ink master Doctor Woo (photo 2020)
One photo showed a close-up of 30-year-old Aaron’s chest with the black-and-white markings of a hummingbird in flight.
Below and slightly to the side was the name “Sam” written in intricate italics, a tattoo he had a while ago.
A second photo showed Sam, 54, standing in front of Aaron with his name freshly inked just below her collarbone.
New tattoo: A photo posted to Instagram showed Sam, 54, standing in front of her 30-year-old husband with his name freshly inked just below her collarbone above her heart
Art: A close-up photo showed the intricate black and white drawn hummingbird in flight that Aaron got attached to his pectorals right above his nipple
Devoted husband: Aaron already had his wife’s name tattooed in italics on his chest (pictured six weeks ago)
Director Sam met Aaron when she cast him as a young John Lennon in her film Nowhere Boy.
They announced their engagement at the film’s London premiere in October 2009 and were married in June 2012.
The couple have two daughters born in 2010 and 2012.
Sam also has two daughters from her first marriage that ended in divorce in 2008.
Director Sam met Aaron when she was 42 and he 18 and she cast him as a young John Lennon in her film Nowhere Boy. They announced their engagement at the film’s London premiere in October 2009 (pictured) and were married in June 2012.
In addition to Nowhere Boy, Aaron and Sam also collaborated on the 2019 film A Million Little Pieces and are preparing to film the Rothko biographical drama currently in pre-production.
Aaron also just signed up to star in Kraven The Hunter for Sony Pictures.
The cartoon character is a villain in the Spider-Man universe.
According to VarietySony signed the actor to a multi-film deal after he impressed with his performance opposite Brad Pitt in the recently wrapped action movie Bullet Train.