A man has wowed Instagram followers with a snap of what he looked like before his tattoos.
Remy, who has 197,000 fans on the social media page, often shares snaps of his ink transformation.
Previously, the dad-of-one opened up about his plans for the "complete unknown" tattoo that's never been seen before.
Now the chef has enlightened fans yet again, this time showing what he looked like before fatherhood compared to him today.
Right before Remy welcomed his son, he didn't have as much tattoos as he does now.
Posting on Father's Day on Instagram, he wrote: "2009-2022 and what feels like a lifetime has changed us both."
He added: "I spent my childhood growing up without a 'father figure' of my own to look up to.
"I've spent my adult life without a father figure to emulate as a father myself, but I've always done my best to give my son everything I never had.
"It's Father's Day, and while many people will spend the day honouring the man they grew up with, I'm spending mine remembering why it's so important to be that person for someone else.
"I've made this my life's work, and it's a labour of love."
In the photo, which has since racked up over 3,000 likes, Remy can be seen posing with his newborn son.
The snap on the right shows his boy all grown up and the dad with much more tattoos than 12 years ago.
Meanwhile the tattoo fan with hundreds of ink recently showed what he looked like a year ago.
He previously wrote: "These photos are almost a year apart."
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"Aside from the obvious tattoo progress I've been working on my physique," Remy added.
"I've got a lot left to do on that note, but I'm not afraid of doing the work. I see myself get a little better with every year that passes."
In the photo, Remy can be seen completely bald as he shows off the ink on his scalp.
His tattoos also look a lot less on his torso as he's completed more blackwork in the past year.
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