The new tattoos, etched on her left upper arm, are the longitude and latitude of Nice, France, where her twins Vivienne Marcheline and Knox Leon were born back on July 12, 2008.
Attending the New York Film Festival screening of her new film,"Changeling," Saturday night, October 4, which was her first red-carpet appearance since giving birth to twins Vivienne Marcheline and Knox Leon, Angelina Jolie showed off two new tattoos on her left arm. The new tattoos are the longitude and latitude of Nice, France, where the twins were born.
Jolie was accompanied on the red-carpet by longtime partner Brad Pitt. She wore a strapless black Atelier Versace gown, leaving the new tattoos on her left upper arm noticeable for everyone to see. The new tattoos are etched right underneath Maddox, Sahara, Shiloh and Pax's commemorative tattoos.
Also taking time to pose for photographers and answer some questions, Jolie told People, "not nervous as much as I just took a deep breath because it's been so long. It felt a little strange" when being asked if she felt nervous to be back in the spotlight. As for her children with Pitt, Jolie claimed, "everybody's great" adding "the babies are getting big and healthy and developing personalities" when referring to Vivienne and Knox, who were born on July 12, 2008.
Though so, Jolie and Pitt told reporters that they were "sleep deprived" and were having help looking after their six children. "We have some help a couple of nights a week, so on those nights we catch up on our sleep," People magazine quoted Jolie as saying. During the same event, the celebrity power couple also played down recent reports they were about to adopt another child, saying they wanted to "wait a while".