Angelina Jolie is not new to tattoos. The actress already has close to seventeen different tattoos on her body and now has another Arabic tattoo to her addition. Inked on her right forearm, the tattoo is in Arabic language and is inked next to the older one which means "Determination" in English.
Angelina Jolie shows off her new tattoo
The gorgeous actress, who is currently in Australia with her brood of six kids, showed off her new tattoo in a short-sleeved black top which she teamed up with black pants. Angelina simply lifted her forearm and showed it. The large design appears in two lines on her right inner forearm.
Media enthusiasts and fans of the actress are speculating that the 38-year-old actress got inked after her double mastectomy surgeries earlier this year. Angelina did not have this tattoo when she last appeared on red carpet with Brad Pitt during the promotion of "World War Z."
Angie has been famous for her love for different tattoos on her body. Most famous tattoo includes the latitude and longitude coordinates on her left forearm of the birthplaces for Brad Pitt and their six children- Maddox, 12, Pax, nine, Shiloh, seven, Zahara, eight, and five-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
The "Tomb Raider" actress also has tattoo dedicated to her late mother Marcheline Bertrand who passed away in January 2007 from ovarian cancer. The quote she chose to get inked in is from Tennessee Williams, which reads "A prayer for the wild at heart, kept in cages."
The actress, who is currently busy with "Unbroken" shooting - her second movie as a director, got her first tattoo in 1993 on her left shoulder and the tattoo reads kanji, which means death in Japanese.
Angelina Jolie loves her tattoos and calls them "body art."
"I love them. They're body art," Jolie said in an earlier interview.
"I don't think it's abnormal that someone who spends their life in other skins wants to claim their own by marking things on it that matter to them," she added.
"Unbroken" tells the story of World War II hero Lou Zamperini whose plane crashed in the Pacific in 1943. Zamperini survived without food and water for 47 days before he was rescued to a Japanese Island and held prisoner of war for two years.
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