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Hilary Duff gets new tattoo

Published 18/03/2013

Hilary Duff
Hilary Duff

Hilary Duff has inked a tiny tattoo of a red heart on her left wrist she revealed as she shared her new body art with fans via Instagram on Sunday morning.

The 25-year-old mother-of-one logged onto Instagram on Sunday morning to post a photo of a tiny new tattoo.

The picture showed Hilary holding up her left arm to reveal a small red heart etched on the side of her wrist.

Her lips were painted a matching shade of crimson, with the lower half of the actress’ face showing in the shot.

“All is full of love,” Hilary captioned the image.

According to UsWeekly, the former Lizzie McGuire star was inked at the Shamrock Social Club tattoo parlour in West Hollywood, California on Saturday.

The tabloid reports Hilary was accompanied by a group of girlfriends and when asked who was getting body art that evening, the women exclaimed, “All of us!”

Hilary also shared a snap of two matching red circle tattoos with “2 cent” logos in the centre. One of the designs is believed to be etched on the actress.

It was a rare night out with the girls for the star. Hilary is mother to an 11-month-old son, Luca, with husband Mike Comrie.

The couple married in 2010.

Hilary recently opened up about the secret to their success as a couple since she gave birth on March 20 of last year.

Both the actress and the 32-year-old former hockey star believe it is the combination of nights out and time at home bonding with their little one that has contributed to their solid relationship.

"[They] have sweet nights at home with Luca, cooking dinner and watching movies,” a source said. "They make time for each other."

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