The actress was spotted out and about with her husband in New York yesterday, dressed down in jeans and a t-shirt. Nothing unusual about that, but on closer inspection, the actress also revealed a new look - a colourful tattoo design covering her right arm and some faded writing inked onto the other side.
While the new tattoos are a rather dramatic addition, we're thinking it might have something to do with Moore's latest film, What Maisie Knew. Let us know what you think of her inking and take a look below to see more (permanent) celebrity tattoos.
Celebrity tattoosThe rebellious 18- year-old has added to her impressive collection of body art (she has multiple piercings and this is her fifth tattoo) with a new tattoo on her right ribcage (she already has one on the other side of her chest which reads, "Just Breathe"). Celebrity tattoos The X Factor judge revealed her new, butterfly tattoo as she signed autographs at the National Television Awards in London. Celebrity tattoos We're not convinced by Britney's latest additions to her body art collection. Luckily they're only temporary. Celebrity tattoos Angelina Jolie shows off her collection of tattoos in this dramatic, chiffon dress by Versace. Celebrity tattoos Former Bond girl Gemma Arterton has a set of wings inked behind her ears. Fitting perhaps for a star with such an angelic face! Celebrity tattoos Christina Aguilera shows her love for husband Jordan Bratman with his initials and some Hebrew writing on her lower back. Celebrity tattoos Alyssa Milano has always mixed her wild side with a girl-next-door sweetness. Perhaps that explains the flowers tattooed on her ankles. Celebrity tattoos Eve's famous paw print tattoos are certainly one-of-a-kind. Celebrity tattoos Scarlett Johansson has a brightly coloured tattoo of a sunset on the inside of her arm. Celebrity tattoos Christina Applegate's bad girl ankle tattoos remind us of her days as Kelly Bundy. Celebrity tattoos
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