On the eve of what would have been her mother's 49th birthday, Whitney Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, and her boyfriend Nick Gordon headed to a local Atlanta tattoo parlor called Inksomnia and got matching "WH" tattoos, RadarOnline.com reports.
After getting inked, the 19-year-old tweeted a picture of the tattoos -- the late singer's initials, surrounded by a quartet of doves -- along with a series of birthday wishes to her mom.
According to Radar, the tattoo session was filmed for a segment on Bobbi Kristina's upcoming reality show, which she referred to in a tweet as "#TheHoustonChronicals," slated to air sometime next year.
Brown recently made her acting debut in actor-director Tyler Perry's TBS series "For Better Or Worse" in July. "She's such an actor. I'm so proud of her. I'm telling you, as far as she wants to go in the business, she can," Perry told The Hollywood Reporter following Brown's appearance on the show.
After an emotional series of tweets that rang in her mother's birthday early on Thursday morning, Brown attempted to make the day a trending topic on Twitter, ending with a direct message to her mom: "I'll never let you go."