Queen tattoo tributes: Artists reveal body art in memory of late monarch

Royal fans took to tattoo parlors to pay their respects to the Queen after her death.

A tattoo shop in Windsor said it had received numerous requests from the Coldstream Guards, who have a strong presence in the area, to “immortalize Her Majesty for their memory”.

They uploaded an image of a tattoo that shows the Queen saluting dressed in her military uniform, adorned with a medal on her chest. This depicts the deceased monarch using only black ink, except for the flash of purple from the quill on his hat.

A popular choice for tribute tattoos is the queen holding hands with Peru’s endearing bear, Paddington.

A tattoo shop in Windsor said it had received numerous requests from the Coldstream Guards to ‘immortalize Her Majesty for their memory’

Eleanor Tomlinson's illustration, which has gone viral since Her Majesty's death, has been a popular source of inspiration for tattoo artists and clients alike

Eleanor Tomlinson’s illustration, which has gone viral since Her Majesty’s death, has been a popular source of inspiration for tattoo artists and clients alike

A tattoo that was only done yesterday shows a half-length portrait of the queen in black ink, with a dark border around the head

In a portrait of her Majesty, the artist incorporated the famous red bolt that was worn on the face of David Bowie's alter ego, Ziggy Stardust.

In a portrait of her Majesty, the artist incorporated the famous red bolt that was worn on the face of David Bowie’s alter ego, Ziggy Stardust.

The tribute to Her Majesty by Magpie Tattoo Studio shows the Queen wearing what appears to be a depiction of the crown worn by the Queen during her coronation.

Her Majesty was also depicted on the upper left side of a man's chest wearing sunglasses and with a tattoo of a pink colored rose on his own neck.

A tribute to Her Majesty (left) shows the Queen wearing what appears to be a depiction of the crown worn by the Queen at her coronation. Her Majesty was also depicted on the upper left side of a man’s chest (right) wearing sunglasses and with a tattoo of a pink colored rose on his own neck.

‘Well, it’s done, tea?’ reads the caption of a tattoo of the Queen on a man’s shaved calf, with an illustration of Her Majesty wearing a pea green coat.

Eleanor Tomlinson’s illustration, which has gone viral since Her Majesty’s death, is a popular source of inspiration for tattoo artists and clients alike.

Paddington Bear is shown holding her hand as one of her beloved corgis, who appears to have mischievously run off with a bunting, joins them by her side.

There’s also a marmalade sandwich, which the Queen comically pulled out of her purse during the Platinum Jubilee as part of a sketch with Paddington Bear, who was left behind

One customer chose to wrap her leg with a portrait of the late monarch, from her youth, in black ink in front of a brightly colored union jack.

She is pictured with her tiara, a pair of stud earrings, and a dark robe that starts just below her shoulders before fading.

A customer chose to wrap her leg with a portrait of the late monarch, from her youth, in black ink in front of a brightly colored union jack

A customer chose to wrap her leg with a portrait of the late monarch, from her youth, in black ink in front of a brightly colored union jack

Paddington Bear is shown holding his hand heading into the abyss as one of his beloved corgis, who appears to have mischievously run away with a bunting, joins them by his side

Paddington Bear is shown holding his hand heading into the abyss as one of his beloved corgis, who appears to have mischievously run away with a bunting, joins them by his side

The Paddington Bear has become a popular motif for the monarch, particularly after this year’s Platinum Jubilee which celebrated 70 years of the Queen’s reign.

People flocked to their local tattoo parlor to pay tribute to our late monarch, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

People flocked to their local tattoo parlor to pay tribute to our late monarch, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

“I’ve done my Paddington homework, please take me to see my husband,” read a tattoo on the side of a client’s shin.

In another portrait of her majesty, the tattoo artist had incorporated the famous red bolt that was worn on the face of David Bowie’s alter ego, Ziggy Stardust.

The queen had been illustrated as a stencil in black ink with a splash of red and a splash of blue on her lightning bolt face.

A tattoo that was only done yesterday shows a half-length portrait of the queen in black ink, and her royal monogram, EIIR, placed at the bottom of the large monarch illustration.

“I just did a very read today but I’m happy with the result,” said tattoo artist Brandan Roberts.

Her Majesty was also depicted on the upper left side of a man’s chest wearing sunglasses and tattooed herself.

The artist added a tattoo on the late monarch of a pink colored rose which can be seen under a simple string of pearls.

The Queen is shown wearing a pastel pink dress and watching us from behind a pair of sunglasses.

In the background is a Union Jack that appears to have been given a watercolor effect by the artists, with outlines of famous London landmarks like Big Ben and

The tribute to Her Majesty by Magpie Tattoo Studio shows the Queen wearing what appears to be a depiction of the crown worn by the Queen during her coronation.

She is also surrounded by tall stemmed fuchsia and blue flowers on a magenta watercolor effect background, her scepter bearing a large gemstone behind her.