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‘Britain’s most tattooed woman’ who has £35,000 worth of body art opens up about trolls

The self-proclaimed most tattooed woman in Britain has revealed how strangers cruelly call her a ‘washed-up porn star’ and ‘bad mother’, and even claim her baby daughter ‘will be scared of her’ because of her appearance.

Becky Holt, 33, from Poynton, Cheshire, has 95 per cent of her skin covered in tattoos, including her face, arm pits and ‘intimate area’ which are worth a staggering £35,000.

However, in a recent Q&A on her Instagram account this week, the mother-of-one shared the ‘worst reaction’ people have had to her body art, according to The Sun.

Becky, who gave birth to daughter Aurora in December last year, admitted strangers have suggested her child would ‘be scared of her’, and that she was a ‘terrible role model’.

Becky Holt (pictured), 33, from Poynton, Cheshire, has 95 per cent of her skin covered in tattoos, including her face, arm pits and ‘intimate area’ which are worth a staggering £35,000

Becky (pictured with her daughter) has revealed how strangers cruelly call her a 'washed-up porn star' and 'bad mother', and even claim her baby daughter 'will be scared of her' because of her appearance

Becky (pictured with her daughter) has revealed how strangers cruelly call her a ‘washed-up porn star’ and ‘bad mother’, and even claim her baby daughter ‘will be scared of her’ because of her appearance

She said on her social media page: ‘Someone told me my tattoos look like a train-wreck. (They said) that my daughter will be scared of me. 

‘That I’ve ruined my body. That I used to be pretty but now I look like s*** because I’ve tattooed my face.’

Earlier this year, she also admitted on Instagram: ‘I’ve been called fat. Ugly. Stupid. Mentally ill. Disgusting. Attention seeker. Bad mother. Terrible role model.

‘I’ve been told I look like a washed up porn star… I’ve been told I look like I’m 60. I’ve been told that my tattoos were a waste of time. 

In a recent Q&A on her Instagram account this week, the mother-of-one (pictured) shared the 'worst reaction' people have had to her body art

In a recent Q&A on her Instagram account this week, the mother-of-one (pictured) shared the ‘worst reaction’ people have had to her body art

Becky (pictured), who gave birth to daughter Aurora in December last year, admitted strangers have suggested her child would 'be scared of her', and that she was a 'terrible role model'

Becky (pictured), who gave birth to daughter Aurora in December last year, admitted strangers have suggested her child would ‘be scared of her’, and that she was a ‘terrible role model’ 

‘That I’ll regret the last 10 years of dedicated time I’ve put into my body suit. That my daughter will be embarrassed about me.’

Becky said she couldn’t believe people could be so horrible about those they’ve never met, but added that she doesn’t let the negative comments get to her.

Last month, Becky revealed what she would look like without her body art, applying a full coverage of foundation on one side of her face and chest to cover up her tattoos.

Becky shared a photo of her make-up to her Instagram, saying: ‘I look so mad without tattoos! What do you prefer?’ 

Last month, Becky shared a photo of her make-up to her Instagram, wearing full coverage foundation to hide tattoos on her face and chest as she asked her followers: 'I look so mad without tattoos! What do you prefer?'

Last month, Becky shared a photo of her make-up to her Instagram, wearing full coverage foundation to hide tattoos on her face and chest as she asked her followers: ‘I look so mad without tattoos! What do you prefer?’

Previously discussing a social experiment for TV where she covered all her tattoos up, Becky said that people were 'more inclined to help her' when she appeared with ink

Previously discussing a social experiment for TV where she covered all her tattoos up, Becky said that people were ‘more inclined to help her’ when she appeared with ink

Fans were divided, with one writing: ‘Gorgeous with both! What make-up did you use? Want a tattoo hidden on my wedding day and this is insane!’ Another commented: ‘With tattoos is much better.’ 

Other social media users disagreed, with one saying: ‘Definitely without. You can’t see your facial features with them.’ 

Becky denied that she was going to laser remove the body art, responding ‘no not really I love my tattoos’ when one Instagram user said: ‘Guess you’ll be getting laser next’.

Speaking on This Morning in January, Becky revealed how strangers are ‘really rude’ about her appearance and how she is forced to ignore cruel remarks form passersby who think she is ‘thuggish’.  

Becky (pictured) said she couldn’t believe people could be so horrible about those they’ve never met, but added that she doesn’t let the negative comments get to her

Becky (pictured) said she couldn’t believe people could be so horrible about those they’ve never met, but added that she doesn’t let the negative comments get to her 

Chatting to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on the ITV daytime show, she revealed her first tattoo was her boyfriend’s name on her crotch when she was only 15. 

Now the model-turned-interior designer has hundreds of tattoos, but says that many people make assumptions due to her heavily inked frame.

Discussing a social experiment for TV where she covered all her tattoos up, Becky said that people were ‘more inclined to help her’ when she appeared with ink.

She said: ‘People were just more inclined to help me, it was to see how different people treated me when I asked for questions or for help.

Speaking to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning earlier this year, she revealed her first tattoo was her boyfriend's name on her crotch when she was only 15.

Becky said she doesn't want to cover more of her face as it will 'ruin the aesthetic'

Speaking to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning earlier this year, she revealed her first tattoo was her boyfriend’s name on her crotch when she was only 15

‘And people were really really rude to me when I had tattoos, I think people think it’s a bit thuggish, and are scared of me.

‘It’s like they don’t think I can hear, they will talk quite openly and quite loudly and be really rude about my appearance, it’s my body and my choice and if people don’t like it, I don’t care.’

Until she was 22 all of the tattoos were hidden but after a while she decided to be bolder with her body art.

‘Most painful place was my arm pit, I’ve got all my pits, all my crotch, all my intimate area done, that was horrific, but bearable,’ she added.

Becky said that her tattoos, which cover her face, arm pits and 'intimate area' are worth a whopping £35,000 (Becky is pictured before her tattoos)

Becky said that her tattoos, which cover her face, arm pits and ‘intimate area’ are worth a whopping £35,000 (Becky is pictured before her tattoos)  




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