Prince's former beau gets inked for him

Mayte Garcia, who was married to late singer Prince, showed off an elaborate inking on her hand as a tribute to him.

Published: 10th June 2016 12:01 PM  |   Last Updated: 10th June 2016 12:01 PM   |  A+A-

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FILE - In this May 19, 2013, file photo, Prince performs at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Tickets for what turned out to be Prince's last concert, in Atlanta, went on sale just eight days before he was scheduled t

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LOS ANGELES: Mayte Garcia, who was married to late singer Prince, showed off an elaborate inking on her hand as a tribute to him.

Garcia was married to the singer for four years from 1996-2000, posed on the red carpet at an animal rights organisation's launch of their re-release of Prince's pro-vegan song “Animal Kingdom” with a tattoo as a tribute to Prince, reports mirror.co.uk.

Prince's former beau also took to Instagram to reveal a video of his tattoo.

The tattoo features the unpronounceable symbol her former spouse in the centre and admitted the tattoo makes her both "smile and cry".

"This makes me smile and cry... Love is eternal! Will remember that every time I look at my hand. To all of you who are hurting... I'm sorry for your pain as well! But love him for eternity! Thank you 'nspired1' for making such a beautiful piece and 'luvin flying colors' for making such a beautiful video! I'm smiling with tears. And thank you TAC cream for making it painless,” she posted.

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