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NEW PHOTO: Angelina Jolie Adds To Kid-Inspired Tattoos

The world’s most famous tattoo addict Angelina Jolie has just added to her bizarre collection of body art.

The superstar mom-of-six has etched ornate lines on her upper left arm (top right corner) beside the latitudes and longitudes tattoo of her six children.

Jolie’s latest design first debuted when she walked the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival last month alongside her partner Brad Pitt.

The Wanted star – who has dozens of websites devoted to her tattoos – has around a dozen designs including a Khmer script on her left shoulder and a tiger on her lower back.

Jolie – who once admitted that she likes to play with knives in bed and had the name of the man she loved tattooed on her – show no signs of slowing down when it comes to adding new designs.

Although she has never opened-up about the actual meaning of each one,  they are as diverse as the actress herself who admits to being influenced by many different cultures.

Her current body-art of prayers, proverbs and signs, includes; tribal tattoos, a dragon, tiger, Sanskirt, cross, Buddhist, Kanji, Compass – (Longitude and Latitude) religious tattoos and letters.

Jolie had her cross tattoo done the day before she married Johnny Lee Miller in 1995 before having her second husband Billy Bob Thornton’s name removed from her upper left arm via painful laser treatments in 2005.

More recently, she drew a strange shape on Brad Pitt’s back, that he later got converted into a tattoo that many people felt had some significance for the famous couple.

But Jolie admitted: “We went to Davos one night and we didn’t have anything to do, so, I was drawing on his back. He just liked it! The picture everybody saw was kind of awkward but it just lines-up beautifully on his back, it just enhances the part of the body I like.  I mean it’s meaningful that it’s us making angles and shapes out of each other’s body, that kind of thing but that’s it.” (Photo: ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/AFP/Getty Images)

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