The ‘Maleficent’ actress shows off her fresh ink of Galileo Galilei’s quote which reads, ‘eppur si muove’ and means ‘and yet it moves,’ while out and about in Manhattan.
AceShowbiz –Angelina Jolie has just got new ink. While stepping out for a casual stroll in New York City, the “Maleficent” actress flaunted her cryptic fresh tattoo on her forearm amid her long custody battle with Brad Pitt.
The 46-year-old Hollywood star was captured on paparazzi’s cameras as she walked by outside her Carlyle hotel on the Upper East Side, Manhattan on Tuesday, June 15. During the outing, “Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life” actress gave a glimpse of a quote from Galileo Galilei on her forearm that read, “Eppur si muove,” which translates to “and yet it moves.”
Galileo’s actual quote means, “Earth moves and it’s not the center of the universe, muttered it to the inquisitors, as if to say that they may have won this battle, but in the end, truth would win out.” The wise words date back to 1633, when the astronomer was forced to recant his statement that the Earth moves around the Sun.
For the day out, Angelina opted to dress casual by wearing a floor-length gray skirt and a plain white T-shirt. To complete her look, the Oscar-winning actress added a beige-colored sling bag, nude brown low-heeled sandals and a matching gray face mask.
Angelina’s new body art left many wondering if the message was aimed at the “Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood” actor. The former spouses have been in a lengthy custody battle with the “Eternals” actress wanting sole custody and the 57-year-old actor fighting for joint. Upon learning that the judge awarded the actor joint custody over their six children, she reportedly “will never forgive” him.
“[Angelina] will never forgive him,” a source spilled to Us Weekly. “[She will use] everything she’s got [to appeal the arrangement]. She maintains it’s far from over and still believes that justice will prevail.” The source also noted that she “bitterly disappointed” after the judge dismissed her domestic violence allegations against the “World War Z” leading man.
“[Her] testimony lacked credibility,” the insider added. “The decision was based on extensive testimonies from people who spent time with the kids and by highly respected professionals.”
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