Lamar Odom hasn’t tied the knot with his fiancée Sabrina Parr, but he showed he’s ready for a long-term commitment with her.
On Friday, the 40-year-old NBA star revealed that he’d gotten the imprint of his fiancée Sabrina Parr’s lips tattooed on the side of his neck.
He was previously seen rocking the tattoo late last month while out for a walk with Sabrina in Palm Beach, Florida, on June 27.
Permanent display: Lamar Odom, 40, gave a closeup of a tattoo he got in honor of his fiancée Sabrina Parr on Friday. He was spotted with the tattoo a week earlier in Palm Beach, Florida
The red-lipped tattoo could clearly be seen as the two exercised.
Lamar wore a baby blue Nike T-shirt and black and white athletic shorts, while his fiancée showcased her fit figure in a burgundy sports bra and maroon legging shorts.
It wasn’t until Friday that the former LA Laker officially shared his love mark on Instagram.
He posted a snap of the side of his head while Sabrina gazed seductively into the camera.
She wore her hair in dark long, dark braids and had her face elegantly made-up.
Coupled up: Lamar posted a snap of the side of his head and his neck tattoo while Sabrina gazed seductively into the camera. ‘I wear my wedding ring on my neck!!’ he wrote
Sweet: A second tighter closeup revealed that he had ‘Baby Doll,’ his nickname for Sabrina, tattooed just below the deep red lips
A second tighter closeup revealed that he had ‘Baby Doll,’ his nickname for Sabrina, tattooed just below the deep red lips.
‘I wear my wedding ring on my neck!! Sorry if it offends anybody. Why? Tell me? #mybabydoll #wifey #whenyouknowshetheone #lamarandsabrina #happywifehappylife,’ he captioned the photos.
Although he referred to the tattoo as his ‘wedding ring,’ no reports have emerged of him tying the knot with the 33-year-old fitness trainer.
Working together: Sabrina has been an active presence in Lamar’s road to fitness while they’ve been quarantining together, and she’s helped him adopt a new diet and workout regularly
Sabrina has been an active presence in Lamar’s road to fitness while they’ve been quarantining together.
The basketball player infamously slipped into a coma in October 2015 after being discovered unconscious at a Las Vegas brothel.
He suffered multiple strokes, heart attacks and kidney failure in that period as a result of his extreme drug and alcohol abuse, though he has been steadily recovering since then.
On June 27, Sabrina posted a sweet photo of Lamar wrapping an arm around her outside the Hippocrates Health Institute in Palm Beach, where he has been training and receiving therapy.
‘I’m out here in beautiful West Palm Beach supporting my baby @lamarodom while he is on his journey to get his mind, body & spirit healthier at @hippocratesinst !!!’ she wrote.
The personal trainer added that Lamar was on an ‘all organic raw vegan’ diet and ‘working out everyday.’
‘His kids and their mom are here and they are all hoping to leave better than they came! . . I am so proud of you for your willingness in working towards getting better. I love you big man @lamarodom,’ she concluded.
Yum: Sabrina posted a photo of Lamar seeming to enjoy his daily green juice in her Insta Stories. The personal trainer wrote that he was on an ‘all organic raw vegan’ diet and ‘working out everyday’
Having a laugh: She also shared a lighter photo of him hard at work while she focused on finding her best angles
Sabrina posted a photo of Lamar seeming to enjoy his daily green juice in her Insta Stories, along with a funny snap of him lifting weights while she found her best angles in the mirror.
‘He’s really working hard over there. Meanwhile I’m tryna get a good pic of myself in lol,’ she joked.
Lamar previously married Khloé Kardashian in 2009, though she filed for divorce in December 2013.
The filing was withdrawn following his near-death experience as she helped him obtain medical care, though it was finalized in 2016.
The athlete has two children, Destiny Odom, 22, and Lamar Odom Jr., 18, from a previous relationship with Liza Morales.
The couple also had a third child, Jayden, who died in 2006 at 6 months from sudden infant death syndrome.