Joe Giudice is showing off some new body art.
The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star added a new chest tattoo on Wednesday, which he revealed in a series of videos on Instagram.
The tattoo is a silhouette of an eagle flying beside a mountain. The small bird is enveloped by a larger, more detailed version of the bird.
He dedicated the ink to his daughters Gia, 19, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14, and Audriana, 11, all of whom he had with estranged wife Teresa Giudice.
“What you do for the kids you love ❤️,” he captioned one of the posts.
Joe went on to dedicate the permanent piece to his oldest daughter stating, “Alright Gia, I just want you to know that I’m doing this because of you. This hurts and I hate it.”
As tattoo artist Carmella began tatting him up, he can be heard saying, “I hate tattoos.”
In the second video, which reveals the fully finished piece, the Bravo star writes, “This is it Gia hope you like it 😘! I got this to symbolize that I will always be my girls 🦅 because it flies higher other 🐦. I want to give them strength to mount up with wings as eagles, they shall always run and not be spent. My girls will always be powerful and courageous women.”
“I promise to look over you as strength and shield them from 😈 . Daddy loves you forever,” he added alongside the video that shows him and Carmella singing along to Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
Earlier this week, Joe addressed his split from his longtime wife and assurred fans he's moving on with a video montage set to The Jonas Brothers’ “What A Man Gotta Do.”
“No matter how much 💯 energy and time I devoted to trying it failed. I did my best and put all efforts into making this a great experience for my family. I did try to address issues in the relationship that bothered me throughout the years in return 🎥 portrayed it as Criticism! My key role was to always to be a great father and husband not the 🦹♂️,” he wrote.
He added, “Today I 👀, I can’t allow others to keep lingering toxins and undesirable demands around me. I choose to have a solid foundation with strong and inspiring people around me in.”