The ‘Maleficent’ actress showed off three new tattoos on her back when she was directing her new film in Cambodia.
Angelina Jolie can’t get enough of tattoo. The “By the Sea” actress debuted three new tattoos on her back when she was working on her new film “First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers” on Sunday, February 7 in Cambodia.
The 40-year-old actress was spotted on the movie’s set wearing a navy blue tank top that showed off her new tattoos and several already-existed tattoos. Two of her new tattoos appear to be ancient markings while the other one is a Yant known as Paech caluaek, which is a symbol of good deed. The new marks joined previous tattoos like “Know Your Rights” words, a blade shape and Cambodian writings.
Jolie got the new tattoos earlier this year as Woman’s Day claimed that she and her husband Brad Pitt previously met Ajarn Noo, the Thai tattoo guru who inked the tiger on her lower back. “The tattoos are composed of grids with pyramids at the top… they help to give the wearer protection and health,” the source said.
Like Jolie, Pitt also got a new tattoo. He had a Buddhist symbol inked on the left side of his stomach, right underneath a tattoo of Bob Dylan’s song lyric which reads, “We live, we die, we know not why, but I’ll be with you.”