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  1. Chance the Rapper Set to Fulfill Promise to Get Tattoo Celebrating Sky’s WNBA Title – NBC Chicago — October 18, 2021
  2. Zelina Vega Shows Off New Tattoo – Still Real To Us — October 18, 2021
  3. Chance the Rapper to get tattoo celebrating Sky’s WNBA Title – Yahoo Sports — October 18, 2021
  4. Do you have a tattoo you regret right now? Is it worse than this? – East Coast Radio — October 18, 2021
  5. Gabby Petito supporters get matching Let It Be tattoos in touching tribute after her family get same ink… – The US Sun — October 18, 2021

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Oct
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Chance the Rapper Set to Fulfill Promise to Get Tattoo Celebrating Sky’s WNBA Title – NBC Chicago

Now that the Chicago Sky have clinched their first ever WNBA championship, Chance the Rapper is all set to fulfill a promise that he made earlier in the series.

The artist, who has been sitting courtside throughout the Skys run to the championship, promised on Twitter during the series that if the team won the title, he would get a tattoo to celebrate the occasion:

After Sundays victory over the Phoenix Mercury had concluded, Chance was asked by NBC 5s Mike Berman if he was still going to get a tattoo to celebrate.

Im going with them right now, he said. Theyre gonna take me to go get the tat.

Its not clear what the rapper will get tattooed to celebrate the historic win, but it should be a great one. The Sky were appearing in the WNBA Finals for only the second time in team history, and Sundays 80-74 win over the Mercury clinched their first ever title.

The rapper was handed the WNBA trophy by Diamond DeShields during the celebration that followed the victory:

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says the team will hold a rally to celebrate its championship, but it is not known at this time when that will take place.

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Oct
18

Zelina Vega Shows Off New Tattoo – Still Real To Us

Zelina Vega has been on a roll as of late, and she recently took to Instagram to show off her new Naruto tattoo which can be seen below.

On the most recent episode of Friday Night SmackDown Zelina Vega faced off against Carmella in the semi-finals of the Queens Crown tournament, and in the end it was Vega who picked up the win.

The semi-finals will continue on Monday Night Raw when Doudrop faces off against Shayna Baszler, and the winner will go on to face Zelina Vega in the finals at Crown Jewel on Thursday, October 21. Stay tuned for updates.

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18

Chance the Rapper to get tattoo celebrating Sky’s WNBA Title – Yahoo Sports

Chance the Rapper to get tattoo celebrating Sky's WNBA Title originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Now that the Chicago Sky have clinched their first ever WNBA championship, Chance the Rapper is all set to fulfill a promise that he made earlier in the series.

The artist, who has been sitting courtside throughout the Skys run to the championship, promised on Twitter during the series that if the team won the title, he would get a tattoo to celebrate the occasion:

After Sundays victory over the Phoenix Mercury had concluded, Chance was asked by NBC 5s Mike Berman if he was still going to get a tattoo to celebrate.

Im going with them right now, he said. Theyre gonna take me to go get the tat.

Its not clear what the rapper will get tattooed to celebrate the historic win, but it should be a great one. The Sky were appearing in the WNBA Finals for only the second time in team history, and Sundays 80-74 win over the Mercury clinched their first ever title.

The rapper was handed the WNBA trophy by Diamond DeShields during the celebration that followed the victory:

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says the team will hold a rally to celebrate its championship, but it is not known at this time when that will take place.

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Oct
18

Do you have a tattoo you regret right now? Is it worse than this? – East Coast Radio

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Do you have a tattoo that looked amazing a million years ago and seemed cool but not so much right now?

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It just so happens that tattoos suddenly look cool in a certain time. Or you followed an impulse and got a random tattoo.

Whilst you could be able to cover it up eventually, it can be quite costly if it's a large part.

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She had a tattoo done which was supposed to be '7 Rings' the title to one her songs. But it did not go accordingly.

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Oct
18

Gabby Petito supporters get matching Let It Be tattoos in touching tribute after her family get same ink… – The US Sun

AFTER Gabby Petitos parents debuted Let it be tattoo tributes to their late daughter, some inspired supporters are getting the same ink.

Getting it done in [sic] just a few.. waiting for my tattoo guy to come [thru], read a post in a forum dedicated to Gabby Petitos memory.

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The September 30 photo of the underside of a left wrist included a series of hashtags: #RipGabby, #didnotknowherbutwillalwaysremberher, #JusticeForGabby and then ended with a question:

Why couldnt [Brian] just let her be..

In September, both of Gabbys parents, Nicole Schmidt and Joe Petito showed off their right forearms fit with Let it be tattoos and ocean crest.

They also received a believe tattoo in script brimming over with flowers.

For them, it was a way to keep the 22-year-old Long Island native with them all the time.

The showing of solidarity with Gabby by duplicating the same ink riffing off the Beatles hit song, Let it Be, was convincing others to the same while rankling some.

I love this, reads one response. Ive thought about getting it done too.

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Some are Beatles fans but see no harm in getting inked to pay respects to Gabby.

Its actually a really beautiful tattoo, one person offered.

I thought about getting it It would remind me of Gabby, but thats not why I would get it.

Whatever someones reasoning is, its their own.

But the majority of 750 comments met the idea with discord.

Only family or her close friends should be getting tattoos in memory of her, one commenter wrote. Especially her own personal tattoo I get its a song but when you say your getting it for gabby is just odd.

Some scolded the effort as an insult to Gabbys grieving family.

Bro, if I were Gabbys mother and I found out complete strangers were replicating her tattoo to remember her, I would be PISSED! Like hunting your asses down to teach you a lesson about respect."

Seriously stop, wrote the commenter. How do you think her mother & parents would feel, as THATS THEIR WAY OF BEING CONNECTED to her.

The person said the effort was offensive.

Its the last thing they have of her & you wanna go & ruin it by adding yourself to their circle ABSOLUTELY WRONG & DISRESPECTFUL!!

A person who admitted getting the tattoo 10 years ago did so "because I was bullied really bad in school" and struggled with addiction.

The person didn't agree with getting such a tattoo to pay respects to the late young woman.

"But I would never get let it be in memory of gabby... unless I knew her personally," the person confessed.

Gabby was last seen on August 24, 2021, checking out of a hotel with Brian in Salt Lake City, Utah.

When Gabby was first reported missing, photos of her tattoos were being shared as a way to confirm her identity.

Since Gabby's remains were found on September 19 in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming her distinct tattoos were used to verify the body as Gabbys.

The believe and Let It Be tattoos serve as a somber reminder of Gabbys faith, and the firm belief her parents professed in the early days of the search, that their daughter would come home.

The wave and flower tattoos signify Gabbys appreciation of natural abundance.

Her love of nature was a central tenet of the young vloggers personality, and a pivotal force behind her decision to live the van life that had her trekking across the country to several national parks.

Gabby's father Joe also sported a lefthand tattoo mimicking a set of two vines that wrapped around both her and Brians fingers

According to TattooSEO, vine tattoos represent loyalty and a desire to stick by someones side.

Last year, Brian posted a photo of himself and Gabby, which included the caption Till death do us part or until I wake up, Im so happy the answer was yes.

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Gabby Petito, 22, was last seen on August 24, leaving a hotel in Utah. Here is a timeline of Gabby Petito's disappearance:

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18

Tattoo their name on your body if you love them. Get their face if you really care – Yahoo News

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The first time I grasped the meaning of tattoo portraiture was in the mid-2000s, watching "L.A. Ink" on TLC. This was one of the first reality shows that depicted the world of tattooing launching many of its kind and it offered me a glimpse into a world that felt far away in both time and culture. Tattoos weren't as ubiquitous or acceptable then. On the occasion of the show's launch, on Aug. 7, 2007, I wasn't legally allowed to even think about getting my own ink.

Still, these were the episodes Id wait for: Where tears were shed by a real-life character onscreen. Where a client would come in with a photograph grasped tightly to their chest, voice cracking in the way that it does when someone is about to share something excruciatingly personal. Sometimes the photographs were old and classic, of a deceased loved one with tightly coiffed hair and perfect makeup. Other times, it was a candid shot of someones very much alive mom, radiating warmth. There were the photos of idolized celebrities. The ones of kids who you knew were gone their grieving parents wanting to memorialize a life that was cut short.

These were more than just photographs. And in this moment, the tattoo artists were more than just tattooers.

They were witnesses to grief, joy, anticipation. They were investigators, getting answers to the important questions such as what does this person in the photograph mean to you? What kind of life did they live? Whats their legacy? What are your most cherished memories with them? Why of all the ways to honor a person are you putting their face on your body forever? They did all of this while putting ink to skin, while shading in the portrait subjects eyes so that they sparkled like they did in real life, while ensuring that the smile line next to the mouth was curved just so.

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Watching it happen seemed like equal parts magic and voyeurism this intimate energy exchange that rarely happened between loved ones, let alone an artist and their canvas, playing out onscreen. With the portrait episodes, it was always about so much more than just tattooing. It was about love. Holding space for it, showing it and ultimately preserving it on skin forever. It was different from watching a live painter create a portrait on stretched cloth, or a sculptor carving someones likeness out of clay. This was more personal, more high-stakes.

On YouTube, theres a clip from an episode of L.A. Ink where a baby-faced Nikko Hurtado tattoos a man named Mark with a portrait of his son, Sam, who died of cystic fibrosis at 20 years old. This was before Hurtado became the celebrity portrait artist known for massive color realism portraits his work instantly recognizable on the bodies of Drake, Diddy and Dwayne The Rock Johnson. Mid-shade, Hurtado nods in affirmation as Mark unloads the story of his son. His suffering made him a much stronger person, Mark said. To which Hurtado replied, without skipping a beat: And in turn made you stronger, huh?

Portrait of Star Wars character Ahsoka Tano by artist Nikko Hurtado. (Adam Perez/For The Times)

More than a million-and-a-half Instagram followers, worldwide fame and too many celebrity clients to count later, and Hurtado says that these are still the most meaningful portrait tattoos he does: the ones that feel essential to peoples grieving process. I've watched people get forearm tattoos of their children and almost cradle them almost as if they're holding their child, he says. Those are the most important tattoos I make.

When Nipsey Hussle died, L.A. grieved for what felt like an eternity. Its still grieving mention his name in any conversation and youll feel the tension rising up from peoples throats. It was only a few weeks after his death in 2019 that Hurtado was sitting across from The Game, the Compton rapper formerly known as Jayceon Terrell Taylor, and tattooing a portrait of his fallen friend above his sternum. It was a coverup on an older portrait of Barack Obama. Hope had been replaced by love.

With this specific tattoo, all [The Game] kept saying [was], Man, you know, Nipsey went through worse so I'm gonna sit here and gruel it out, Hurtado remembers. I think a lot of people deal with trauma and the pain through that. Its something that's therapeutic.

A portrait of Allen Iverson 2001 Game 1 NBA Finals by artist Steve Butcher. (Adam Perez/For The Times)

Steve Butcher knows something about grieving L.A. icons through ink. His specialty what people fly in from all over the world to see him for are his Kobe Bryant tattoos. Hyper-realistic, deeply colorful renditions of Kobe in flight. Kobe beaming with his NBA championship trophy. Kobe after scoring, mouth open in a primal yell while pulling at his own collar. Kobe biting on his purple and gold jersey. Kobe. Kobe. Kobe. Photocopied onto the skin of customers forever. Butcher has done so many Kobe Bryant tattoos (50) that he has his face memorized. Butcher himself has four Kobe tattoos, three of which he had other artists tattoo on him, each lending their own interpretation, and one that he tattooed on his right leg. ("Seven hours work, nine years ago," he says.) Butcher moved to Southern California from his native New Zealand two years ago to hopefully one day tattoo his icon, but he never got the chance due to Kobe's untimely death on Jan. 26, 2020.

It's crazy how a sports person or someone that you idolize can actually inspire you and change your mode of thinking and make you grind harder, Butcher says. People connect to a certain entity and are about everything that they're about. Its not just like, Oh, Kobe is so cool. It means something more.

Bryant three days after news broke of their death. (Adam Perez/For The Times)

It makes sense, I guess, to put someones face on your body that you know and that you have memories with. But what about when those memories and that knowing is one-sided? Hurtado has tattooed portraits of most major celebrities and famous characters on his clients. Lana Del Rey. Snoop Dogg. Mike Tyson. Mac Miller. Robert De Niro. Leonardo DiCaprio. It's more of a symbol of they impacted their life, he explains of this kind of piece. There is also a difference between somebody that's a collector they'll find their favorite movie and be like, It's not that big of a deal. I just want a tattoo from you. It's just as easy as that.

Each portrait tattoo is different from the next there are various styles and levels of detail. Black and gray, color. Realistic, illustrated. Small, large. The motivations can vary too. Not all portrait tattoos are memorials and they don't always have a sad story attached to them. Oftentimes they can be odes to people who are still here. You have been warned not to get a tattoo of a significant others name on your arm; but a face might be a more sincere profession of love.

Last year, Artist Arlene Salinas tattooed a portrait of Anna Garray Enguidanos' grandma Rosie Garay as a pre-teen. (Adam Perez/For The Times)

Arlene Salinas could never forget the first portrait she ever did. It was on her brother, her first guinea pig, and it was of their grandfather. They chose the photograph together: an image that reflected the one they saw when they closed their eyes and thought of him. He was wearing his signature huge aviators from the 70s that doubled as reading and sunglasses with the flip-up top.

At first he shook his head a little [in disapproval] because you know, my family's Catholic Mexican, remembers Salinas, a tattooer at Three Kings Tattoo in Highland Park. But then he teared up a little and gave my brother a hug. He was like, But no more.

To get the face of someone you love on your body might seem like the most extreme way to show love but after perfecting the warm, detailed black and gray portraits she's known for, Salinas says it also seems like the most natural. Sometimes people are really fond of something and they just want to honor the shit out of it, and put it on their body she says. It's just human nature to want to stand on top of a mountain and profess your love for something.

Portraiture as practice, tattooers say, is unique from other forms of tattooing not necessarily more difficult, just different. Everything from the level of time, specificity of skill and connection to the inner workings of their clients' heart and mind. Salinas can take upward of three hours doing a realistic black and gray piece, depending on detail. Hurtados works can take anywhere from four to eight hours and Butcher can spend four to 12 hours on his portraits. Its hard on the body and can slash any chance at a work-life balance if youre doing them back to back. But mostly, its a vibe thing. Sitting with someone for so many hours in such an intimate setting with their head inches away from someones body part that they're tattooing is closer than most friends sit the majority of the time, Salinas notes. Its an energy exchange unlike anything else.

That sort of invasion of space breeds vulnerability, she says, People tend to open up to us a lot. Its part of our job to sit there and listen. They're trusting us to mark their body forever it comes with the territory.

It's a clich to say that tattoo artists or nail artists or hairstylists or your eyebrow lady are your therapists. But there is something about doing portrait tattoos something about the physical pain and act of sitting across from another person, sharing space and emotion that people have described time and time again as therapeutic. A lot of times you have conversations and hear stories from your client that probably not even their spouse or partner hear, Hurtado says. They're alone there and they're just giving it up, just letting go of something. They cry. Its a lot.

Hurtado, founder of the Black Anchor Collective with shops in Hollywood and Hesperia, calls himself an empath. He cant help but get wrapped up in the world of his clients, in their stories. I dont know how to shut that part of me off, so I become really drained, he says. The only useful way hes found to disconnect is by living in the desert escaping the noise there. When I go home late at night, everyone's asleep. There's no sound. I can actually find my center, hone in on that and rebuild and recharge.

While tattoo portraiture is its own niche in the tattoo world, it's also part of a bigger tradition in art. Painted, drawn, sculpted or photographed, portraiture has always been, at least implicitly, about the relationship between artist and subject. Portraits capture the physicality of a subject's spirit how it moves, matures, releases, feels. Features like facial expressions indentations on the cheek or the brow; dilation of the pupils; the direction and angle of the head confer vibe, emotion, history. Clothing enshrines status or marks time. Portraiture is one of the myriad ways people document life.

At the same time, tattoo portraiture is an art form that is incomparable to anything else in the larger world of art even other forms of portraiture. You carry it with you, Butcher says of portraits on skin. It's not a painting on a wall that can be destroyed or burned. The fact that you have to go through pain to get it means that it's something a little more than just a painting you're enduring pain to get something for that person.

A portrait of Anna Garray Enguidanos' grandparents Rosie and Norberto Garray by artist Arlene Salinas. (Adam Perez/For The Times)

A portrait of the Virgin Mary by Nikko Hurtado. (Adam Perez/For The Times)

Hurtado, Butcher and Salinas have all had or have a foot in the fine art world. Both Salinas and Butcher are trained fine artists and Hurtado still actively moonlights as an oil painter, mostly doing portraits. He doesnt see one version of portraiture as more valuable than the other just valuable at different times and for different reasons.

"Tattoos are for the living but once they die and it's gone, those things are gone forever," Hurtado says. "But for oil painting and things that are tangible and you can hold and that will exist a long time in my opinion, that's for my death. Whether they end up in a thrift store or my kids own it. I just think that that's for after I'm gone. It's going to stay here."

Bodies are impermanent; muscles wither, skin ages. What we put on our bodies in the form of ink despite the warnings from our parents to the contrary wears over time just as we do. The irony is that portrait tattoos our attempts at preserving another person through permanent ink on skin live on bodies that are vulnerable to time, decomposing every passing second. Nothing is as forever as it seems, but with portraits we try to screenshot something forever, to hold it close.

Usually, when people come to Salinas for a portrait tattoo memorial or not they bring in a photo of their loved one or icon as a young person. It is both a point of reference and an offering: This is how the client wants this person's face to be remembered on their skin for all of time. This is how they see them in their mind's eye: At their most human level. Glowing. Multidimensional. Alive. Full of love.

(Adam Perez/For The Times)

"We keep photographs. We keep photo albums. We keep photos on our phone. Even when we're on Instagram and we're scrolling, we're liking selfies," Salinas says. "People ultimately need each other to survive, we need each other for love, we need each other for all kinds of things. When people get a portrait tattoo, it's just another way to preserve the love that they have for somebody."

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.

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Dwayne Johnson’s Biggest Tattoo Is Also the Most Meaningful – Showbiz Cheat Sheet

Dwayne Johnson is known for many different things, including his rich cultural background. As with other celebrities in the Hollywood scene, he represents his cultural history using body art and tattoos. Johnson has two prominent tattoos, with the one covering three different parts of his body being the most meaningful.

The American actor, producer, former professional wrestler, and businessman has been very particular about the tattooing he gets done. The tattoo on his left torso that spreads across his chest, neck area, and arm is an intricate tribal tattoo that is jam-packed with meaning.

While the larger tattoo on his left torso has attracted the majority of the attention, he also spots a bull tattoo on his right arm. In an interview, the actor revealed that he got the small bull ink over two decades ago. Over the last couple of years, he has worked with his tattoo artist, Yomico, to cover up this bicep tattoo with a design he feels better embodies where he is currently.

Taking a closer look at the tribal tattoo proudly showcased by the Jungle Cruise actor, you can immediately point out The Great Eye. Around this Eye are a couple of descending swirls on the left shoulder, which goes down to his arm where the text It changes in the place where it is found to be gone is inscribed.

On his chest, above his heart, a lion gives way to the coconut leaves on his collarbone that border the sun on his neck. There are two eyes, a broken face, a priest, and stones within the intricate piece. A detail that is easy to miss within the elaborate tattoo is the tortoiseshell at the lower part of his left arm.

The first-generation WWE superstar loves to show off his well-sculpted body and intricate tattoos. His large tribal tattoo is an embodiment of his endearing spirit, yearning to be heard. The piece comes down to three specific elements: family, his willingness to protect them, and his aggressive warrior spirit.

The first element, The Great Eye, tunes into his aggressive warrior spirit. It has been theorized that a Great Eye tattoo is a go-to for individuals looking to possess the essence of their enemies and is used to distract the enemy during times of confrontation. The descending swirls around his left shoulder represent him connecting his past, present, and future. The lion over his heart represents his warrior spirit and his dedication to overcoming any obstacles.

Johnson is so much into spirituality that he wanted his biggest tattoo to symbolize the same. As such, the sun at the back of his neck represents good fortune. Whats more, the ink that makes up the broken face marked by shark teeth is meant to represent his ancestors, who he believes protect him throughout his journey.

A neat addition to the piece is the tortoiseshell which warriors believed shielded them from evil spirits. Finally, in line with how in tune he is with his spiritual side, he had the stones inked on his biceps, which symbolize achievement and abundance.

Biography points out that Johnson is big on family. This is evident through the two eyes added onto the tattoo, representing his ancestors. The coconut leaves on his collarbone point to his heritage as these are representative of a Samoan chief-warrior.

Tattoo enthusiasts have also pointed out that the tattoo seems to encompass three people in one from the back. In an interview, he explains that one of these individuals is himself, the other is his ex-wife, Dany Garcia, and the last is his daughter Simone Alexandra.

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18

Jimbo Fisher reacts to fan honoring him with very personal tattoo – Saturday Down South

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A fan of Jimbo Fisher, and perhaps also the Texas A&M football program, paid him the ultimate compliment when she had a tattoo imprinted inside her bottom lip that read, Jimbo.

Fisher appeared to be surprised when she showed it to him in person at a recent radio show. Oh, you got me, he said.

Fisher and the Aggies are riding high following an upset win over Alabama last week. But come Monday, when Texas A&M moved on to this weeks game with Missouri, Fisher was already ready to stop talking about Alabama.

Im tired of talking about it. Its over, Fisher said. Understand why we had success. Now, these are the things weve learned. Theyre wasted lessons unless we carry them on to this week. Missouri is a very tough place to play.

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Duggar fans go wild after Jill shows off new TATTOO as she continues to rebel against famous familys str… – The US Sun

DUGGAR fans have gone wild after Jill showed off her new 'TATTOO' as she continued to rebel against her famous family's strict rules.

Jill, 30, shared her ideas for a tattoo in anInstagram post.

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In the first snapshot, theCounting Onalum marked her bare skin with a black marker and wrote on her wrist: "Jesus Only Jesus."

In the second snapshot, the reality star wrote a biblical quote on the side of her hand that said: "He is my peace."

She captioned the post: "Who can command the highest praise? Who has the name above all names?

"You stand alone, I stand amazed. Jesus, only Jesus."

Fans praised the TV star for wanting to get a tattoo design that reflected her faith.

One fan cheered her on: "You should get them permanent."

Another fan added: "I love these!"

A third person added: "The wrist henna design would make a beautiful tattoo. I feel like Id really be loving that reminder daily, every time I started to feel stressed."

A fourth tattoo aficionado said: "Love these words."

A commentator pointed out: "Never have I wanted a tattoo like really never. Now seeing the Jesus only Jesus I might rethink that."

Jill and her husband Derick, 32, sharetheir two sons: Israel, six, and Samuel, four.

The reality star has deviated from her parentsJim Bob, 55, andMichelle. 54. andtheir strict conservative rules.

Counting On'spatriarch and matriarchhave mostly stuck to these strict rules for their Christian lifestyle.

The Duggar family has observed a strict dress code that usually only permits women to dress modestly and to wear skirts or dresses.

One of these inflexible rules includes not allowing women to show their legs or dress in a revealing manner.

The Duggar children have also been homeschooled and grew up with strict access to entertainment and television.

Recently, the TV personality revealed that she and her husbandlost their third child as she suffered a miscarriage.

She shared that they were going to name their third child River Bliss Dillard.

On her emotional blog, Jill wrote: Our baby doesnt get to live here with us on earth, but is forever with the source of the river of life, in the presence of the Lord!

And we chose Bliss for a middle name because our baby is living in perfect bliss with the Lord and was such a gift that brought immense joy and happiness to us even though only with us here on earth for a short time.

Jill was given support by her sistersJoy-Anna, Jinger, and Jessa on social media.

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Lindsay Hubbard Opens Up About the Touching Meaning Behind Her "Betty" Tattoo – Bravo

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Lindsay Hubbard has an adventurous sense of style, and she's changed up her look from elegant black cocktail gowns to eye-popping, neon-pink frocks. But there are some elements of her style that will remain unchanged forever, and that includes a tattoo with a touching backstory.

Last October, the Summer House PR pro revealed that she got some fresh ink a tattoo spelling out "Betty" on her forearm. And in an October 10 Instagram Story, Lindsay revealed more of the backstory behind the touching tribute.

"I got this tattoo a year ago ... it's my grandmother's signature, in her [handwriting]," she shared. "I love her so much!! She was the strongest, most amazing mother and grandmother you could ask for!!!" And from the looks of things, Betty also had beautiful penmanship.

Lindsay has another tattoo on her wrist, which she's had for than a decade: It's a female gender symbol.

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