The 38-year-old Charlie’s Angels star is converting to her other half, Will Kopelman’s Jewish faith, but in order for her to be buried in a traditional Jewish cemetery she has to be tattoo-free.
According to Star, Drew recently started undergoing painful laser surgery to erase the six tattoos she got during her wild child years.
They include a bouquet of flowers on her hip, a butterfly on her stomach, a crescent moon on her toe, a cross on her leg and two angels on her lower back.
“Drew also wants to be a Santa Barbara mom, and tattoos clash with that wardrobe,” her pal tells Star.
“She’s growing up and turning conservative.”
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