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EastEnders and Towie couple open new Bexleyheath tattoo shop

PUBLISHED: 09:30 28 September 2017 | UPDATED: 09:30 28 September 2017

Dan Osborne and EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa outside Ink Paradise in Bexleyheath. Photo: Laura Brown

Dan Osborne and EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa outside Ink Paradise in Bexleyheath. Photo: Laura Brown

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Ink Paradise opened on Monday

Ink Paradise. Photo: Laura BrownInk Paradise. Photo: Laura Brown

Celebrities could soon be coming to Bexleyheath to get inked as a new tattoo shop opened this week.

Former The Only Way is Essex star Dan Osborne has opened Ink Paradise on Pickford Lane together with his brother, Ryan.

On Saturday the tattoo artist, who lives in the borough, held a launch party with wife and EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa.

Following the store’s opening on Monday, Ryan Osborne told the Bexley Times: “Dan has always been artistic, even when he was on Towie this was always at the back of his mind, I guess it was always meant to be.

“We’ve already had a few celebrities start enquiring, but I’m not going to name any names just yet.

“There are six tattoo artists, a piercer and we also do eyebrow microblading, which is like a semi-permanent make-up.”

In the past Dan Osborne has tattooed footballers such as Arsenal’s Theo Walcott and former Liverpool striker Djibril Cissé.

But as the shop gets off the ground, it is now accepting walk-in appointments for a limited time.

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