Emily Ratajkowski shows off her new lower back tattoo in risqué snap… before revealing it’s only temporary
She’s no stranger to showing off almost all of her body in revealing bikini photos.
But Emily Ratajkowski went a step further on Sunday when she shared a photo of herself sporting a new lower back tattoo.
The 29-year-old model clarified in the comments that it was just a temporary tattoo.
Here today, gone tomorrow: Emily Ratajkowski, 29, show off a new lower back tattoo on Sunday, before revealing it was just a temporary tat
Emily’s photo was taken by someone else and showed her backside from just below her tanned shoulders to the the top of her derriere as she appeared to lie on a bed.
She had ’emrata,’ a nickname combining the beginnings of her first and last name, written in cursive across her lower back at the top of a faint bikini bottoms tan line.
The new design and rubbed off in a few spots, and the Gone Girl star confirmed in the caption that she hadn’t gotten new ink.
‘Wish I could tell you this was permanent,’ she wrote.
Self-promotion: The tattoo was placed at the top of her bikini bottoms tan line and featured cursive text with her nickname ’emrata,’ which combines the beginnings of her first and last names
Short-lived: She showed off another design in December reading, ‘f**k harvey,’ in response to convicted sexual predator Harvey Weinstein, though it was only a temporary design
Although tattoos, especially tiny ones, are increasingly popular with celebrities, Emily has resisted the urge to get significantly inked up.
She does have a few designs though, including a tiny window on the back of one of her ankles.
‘It’s a window, got it when I was 18. I always forget its there!’ she explained in a tweet.
Back in December, the occasional actress sported text on the inside of her left arm reading, ‘f**k harvey,’ a reference to disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein, who was convicted of sexual assault and rape in February and was sentenced to 23 years in prison.
Emily’s protest came the same day that Weinstein was revealed to have reached a $25 million settlement with more than 30 actresses and former employees.
Home at last: Emily and her husband, film producer Sebastian Bear McClard, have been back in New York recently after traveling to LA when New York City was being overwhelmed by COVID-19 cases
Emily and her husband, film producer Sebastian Bear McClard, have been back in New York recently after traveling to LA when New York City was being overwhelmed by COVID-19 cases.
The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention had issued an advisory on March 28 asking ‘residents of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut to refrain from non-essential domestic travel for 14 days effective immediately.’
Despite the public health warning, the two fled the Big Apple when it was still the American epicenter of coronavirus cases in April, but returned once cases began to spike in California.
Lately, the two have been spending time enjoying the beach and scenic bike rides in the Hamptons on Long Island, but they seem to have returned to New York City now.
Quick exit: Despite warnings for New York residents not to travel domestically due to the pandemic, the couple fled the Big Apple for a home in Los Angeles earlier in the spring; shown with their dog Columbo on July 29
Home sweet home: Lately, the two have been spending time enjoying the beach and scenic bike rides in the Hamptons on Long Island, but they seem to have returned to New York City now; shown July 29