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Marc Anthony made it more than Facebook official with a new tattoo honoring his 24-year-old girlfriend, Venezualan model Shannon De Lima.
Some say it in love letters, others in poetry.
Marc Anthony, however, opts to say it in ink of a different kind - etched permanently onto his skin.
The tattoo, of the Statue of Liberty inked onto the inside of his right wrist, is a direct reference to the 24-year-old beauty, whom he calls his "Statue of Liberty" - a nickname he gave her for "freeing" him of his past relationships, sources told the site.
Anthony very publicly split with wife Jennifer Lopez this past summer after seven years of marriage. The couple have two children together, twins Max and Emme.
The singer's children from previous relationships, however, thus far approve of dad's new relationship.
"To all my followers and everybody on twitter follow 2012 best couple and for many more years to come @MarcAnthony and @Shadelima !!!!" his son Chase Muniz wrote earlier this month.
Anthony and his 17-year-old daughter Ariana even decided to get unspecified matching tattoos on New Year's Eve, replacing the "Jennifer" tattoo that used to cover his right wrist.
Lopez and Anthony will continue to work together on talent competition "Q'Viva! The Chosen" despite their split, and the couple opened up about their new relationship dynamic in a recent screening of the premiere episode, with Lopez calling it "very Sonny and Cher after divorce."
Added Anthony: "Marriage is one chapter, kids are another."