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Tabloid mistakenly thinks Daniel Bedingfield got married after confusing him with a Swede

File photo of a wedding ring (not the one in the article). Photo: Janerik Henriksson/TT

Published: 11.Aug.2017 12:23 hrs

A photo of a tattooed man wearing a wedding ring on Daniel Bedingfield's Instagram prompted fans and UK tabloid Mail Online to wonder if the artist had married. But there's a catch…

"Fans left wondering if Daniel Bedingfield has tied the knot as he shows off new kiwi tattoo while wearing a silver band on his left-hand," read the headline on Mail Online, the online version of the Daily Mail, on Thursday.

They were referring to curious comments left on the New Zealand-born artist's Instagram (scroll down to see the post), where he had posted a picture of a man baring his chest to reveal a tattoo of a kiwi bird and a kiwi fruit.

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