A-lister Angelina Jolie has added some new body art to her upper back!
Over the weekend, Daily Mail obtained photos of Jolie showing off the three new tats while in Cambodia shooting her new Netflix flick, “First They Killed My Father.”
The tats, which appear to be inspired by the Buddhist form of body art, yantra, are blessings for peace, love and prosperous life, according to People. Yantra tattoos are usually etched by Buddhist monks or special ruesi practitioners.
Some of Jolie's other tattoos include a large tiger on her lower back and a geometric design, which she showed for the first time in December.
Angie's new film is based on a memoir about the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, the birthplace of two of her sons – Maddox and Pax.