- Jennifer Aniston has a tattoo on her wrist and we all miss him.
- It represents good luck, his birthday and his late dog, Norman.
- She showed it during an interview with Lisa Kudrow.
For now, there are a few celebrities we all know and love from their frequent additions to their tattoo collection. We have Ariana Grande, Kaia Gerber, Demi Lovato, Post Malone, Pete Davidson, the list goes on! And while fans love to keep an eye on which celebrity has new ink, it seems like they all missed the role when Jennifer Aniston got a super-visible tattoo on her wrist.
It is widely known that after her dog, Norman, died in 2011, Jennifer paid tribute to her foot. But his newest tattoo, which actually dates back to 2018, also represents the special place Norman has in his heart.
During his recent interview with Friends cost Lisa Kudrow to Variety’s Actors in the Actors series, Jennifer showed an “11 11” tattoo on her wrist, which she usually keeps hidden for roles and in public. While Jennifer didn’t explain what the tattoo meant, Persons sources say it has a very special meaning, which relieves me to hear because I was picturing her at the tattoo shop reciting this legendary Love island scene:
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According to the source, Jennifer is “very spiritual” and believes that the numbers represent good luck. Makes sense! Who doesn’t make a wish every time the clock strikes 11:11? The source went on to say, “Number 11 is also special to her on her birthday.” [February 11] and Norman. “
(And yes, that’s the same doll Brad Pitt took at the SAG Awards this year. Thanks for asking.)
Before Norman passed away, Jennifer talked about him during a Persons interview and called him “baby,” adding that he always goes with her when she’s on-site to film projects. “I have to take Norman,” he said. Her tattoos are just another way to remember her. Excuse me while I cry.
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