Angelina Jolie has revealed her husband Brad Pitt is against their children sharing their love of body art.
The couple have six kids – ranging from 6 to 13-years-old.
That dreaded question for many parents – when can I get a tattoo? Can I have one like yours?
Speaking in The Radio Times magazine, Jolie admits her children are already asking her about the possibility of getting tattoos.
She says: “How do I say ‘No’? It’s especially hard for dads and girls. For some reason men get a little more sensitive when the daughter gets a tattoo”.
Jolie claims that Pitt was recently horrified by a request by one of their children.
The showbiz couple also say they want their children to find “real jobs” and not follow them into the movie business.
She says he is more sensitive with the issue when it comes to his daughters adding: “Brad thinks the girls can do no wrong. He’s mush in their hands!”
If you have been inked and your tattoos are on show, how can you justify your children not following suit?
Tattoos can be fascinating to look at, the decorative features and designs are hard not to notice on people.
The downfall is once you have one, there really is no going back.
A tattoo can be hard to hide depending on where it is.
Many people say tattoos are a sign of children rebelling so for parents it is about remembering your actions pass on to your children.
Tattoos are really the same as using bad language and having bad manners. If it is something you feel is acceptable – your children will too.