Drew Barrymore has teased fans by sharing photos of the inking process before unveiling her new tattoo, which pays tribute to two very special people in her life. The 41-year-old actress chose to have her two daughter's names, Olive and Frankie, doodled on her wrist.
The Miss You Already actress posted a photo of herself from the tattoo parlour with the caption: "guess what I'm getting." She then posed with her brand new ink and the tattoo artist with the caption: "Getting a great little lifetime note on my arm."
Finally, Drew shared a close up photo of the tattoo which reads "Olive and Frankie" written in a playful, handwritten style. Her fans clearly loved her new ink, with one commenting on her Instagram photo: "Perfect. I had a guess it had something to do with the little ones," while another user wrote: "Very very sweet. I would do this the same."
The star, who shares her three- and one-year-old daughters with husband Will Kopelman, is no stranger to body ink. Her new tattoo joins a cross on her ankle, a butterfly on her stomach and a bouquet of flowers on her hip among others.
It is hardly surprising that Drew has had a tattoo in tribute to her daughters. She has previously spoken about how much she loves her children, sharing with HELLO!that her two girls mean everything to her. She said: "I felt that my life started the day my kids were born and everything I had before was something to be used as wisdom and experience for them.
"It's like life really wasn't as important before they were born but you don't want to have not have existed because it gives you tips along the way."