Blackburn Rovers footballer, Bradley Dack, and his fiancé, Olivia Attwood, recently got matching tattoos together  while in Ibiza.

The tattoos are a tribute to their ‘first baby’ – and fans are divided about it.

However, this wasn’t a pregnancy announcement and the subject of their tribute has four legs and a lot of fur.

The ‘first baby’ in question is their dog, Lola – a rescue puppy the pair adopted this March.  

Posting to Instagram, Olivia wrote: “It was cloudy one afternoon so Brad and I walked into town and randomly got tattoos in tribute to our first baby.

“Cute ? Or totally lost it?”

Both tattoos simply say ‘Lola’ – but Olivia was quick to clarify why hers appears to say ‘bad Lola’.

Lancashire Telegraph: Olivia Attwood's tattoo (Photo: Instagram/@oliviajade_attwood)Olivia Attwood's tattoo (Photo: Instagram/@oliviajade_attwood)

The former Love Island star said: “The ‘b d’ above Lola is an old one standing for Bradley Dack... not ‘bad’ as some people think.

“Although ‘bad lola’ would be quite fitting some days.”

Bradley’s ‘Lola’ tattoo is in black ink and above another tattoo with the letters ‘201020’.

Lancashire Telegraph: (Photo: Instagram/@oliviajade_attwood)(Photo: Instagram/@oliviajade_attwood)

Fans and celebrities were quick to comment on the photos and were left divided as to whether it was “cute” or if the couple had “totally lost it”.

Charlotte Crosby from Geordie Shore wrote: “Hahahhahaha I love this”.

Fellow Love Island contestant, Lucie Donlan, said: “Love this. Doggie date soon please.”

Olivia’s mum, Jennifer Attwood, said: “Just judging - I mean kidding.”

Fan, marysheeran01, said: “Totally lost it”.

Another Instagram user wrote: “Sorry not a fan of it, think you’re great though.”

Lisa Walker disagreed and wrote: “This is the best thing”.

Lola is thought to be a carpathian / German Shepard dog mix. She was abandoned in Romania on New Year’s Day; Bradley and Olivia decided to rescue her three months later.

Writing about it in an Instagram post, 30-year-old Olivia wrote: "Brad and I have waited years to get a dog, and I can’t believe she’s actually here and she’s ours.

“What I can believe even less is that we get to have this beautiful dog as part of our family because someone else deemed her not worthy of being in theirs.

“Luckily the incredible @carefordogsro managed to find them just in time and got straight to work with.”

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