Never enough ink! Angelina Jolie added a new tattoo to her collection, as seen at the Cambodia Film Festival in early December.
According to reports, the 40-year-old’s new ink is believed to be a tribute to Cambodia. The Daily Mail reported that it’s a Buddhist symbol for “good luck and protection.”
The actress has a long history with Cambodia, where she adopted now 14-year-old Maddox from in 2002.
She’s also filming her latest movie, First They Killed My Father, there and have her children with her!
Maddox is actually working with her on the film on the production side.
However, all of the children have been spending time with her in the country and were seen leaving Siem Reap on a flight on Dec. 11.
Sources told OK! that the children have been welcomed with open arms by the locals, especially Shiloh, 9, and Zahara, 10, who have been volunteering and bonding with other kids in the town. They even gifted one family new clothing and bikes!