I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! host Julia Morris shows off her new ink and reveals its hidden meaning
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia host Julia Morris has showed off her new arm tattoo.
The 52-year-old shared a photo of her new ink to Instagram on Tuesday, and revealed the hidden meaning behind the intricate design when she answered a fan’s question in the comments.
‘What do the rings symbolise if your happy to share?’ the fan asked.
New ink: I’m a Celebrity host Julia Morris (pictured) showed off her new arm tattoo and revealed its hidden meaning on Tuesday
‘They are my family of four and the people who surround us and look after us and how many times those people intersect… improving all of our lives,’ Julia explained.
In the photo of her new tattoo, Julia wore a white T-shirt as she showed her fans her new ink.
The design featured three circles connected by one smaller circle in the middle. She also had several paw prints tattooed on her arm.
‘Had the immense pleasure of sitting for some of @cocoloberg fine needle genius. Love it so much Thank you @absolutetattoo in Kingscliff… they are the very best,’ Julia captioned the post.
Symbolic: The design featured three circles connected by one smaller circle in the middle. Julia revealed: ‘They are my family of four and the people who surround us and look after us and how many times those people intersect’
This comes as Julia and her co-host Dr Chris Brown film I’m A Celebrity in Dungay, a rural town in north-eastern New South Wales.
The Australian production of I’m a Celebrity has taken over the set of the UK version, which this year is being filmed in a castle in Wales.
Channel 10 announced that due to the coronavirus pandemic, the show had been forced to relocate from the South African jungle to rural NSW this year.
Fur family: She also had several paw prints tattooed on her arm
Usually filmed in early January with parts of the competition broadcast live, the program has also lost its live format.
Sources have claimed that Australia’s Got Talent winner Jack Vidgen and Australian Idol alum Paulini Curuenavuli both arrived at the campsite last month.
The singers apparently skydived into Clarrie Hall Dam, about 15 kilometres south-west of Murwillumbah.
It’s back! This comes as Julia and her co-host Dr Chris Brown film I’m A Celebrity in Dungay, a rural town in north-eastern New South Wales