Having been aksed whether they like it or now, Ms Westgate replied.
"The new crest is not too different. The colours of my tattoo are starting to look a bit faded so it is possible I could get it updated for the new year. "It's my only tattoo but I often wanted to get another one. It has to be something I am still happy with in 50 years time, and I am still going to be a Norwich City fan."Terri Westgate's Norwich City crest tattoo on her lower back (Credit: Terri Westgate) Ms Westgate understands why the club has updated it, as well as making the features such as the lion and the castle more closely identified to the city. But for Mr Thornhill, it was a shock to see the new update of the badge.
"I am an old traditionalist so, I am not going to lie, I was a little bit upset because of the history behind the existing crest.