Sophie Turner: 'My mum wants me to remove leg tattoo'

Sophie Turner shows off tattoo back in 2018. Credit: Instagram - @sophiet

Sophie Turner's mother wants her to remove the tattoo on her left thigh.

The Game of Thrones actress has analysed some of her old looks in a video for Elle U.K., and during the clip, spoke about the line drawing of a woman on her left thigh while discussing the double-denim outfit she wore to Stagecoach Festival in 2018.

She confessed that she didn't know the meaning behind the design but had no plans to get it removed, despite her mum Sally's protests.

"It is a tattoo on my thigh. Don't ask me what it is. It's a woman, I just don't know who it is or why it's there, but I really like it. My mum wants me to get rid of it," she shared, before adopting an American accent and joking, "It's not gonna happen, Sally."

The 24-year-old got the minimalist ink, which depicts a woman looking over her shoulder, from tattoo artist Curt Montgomery in March 2018, the same time she got a rabbit on the back of her right arm. She has quite the collection of body art now, including a few designs that commemorate Game of Thrones as well as three overlapping triangles, and a matching tattoo with husband Joe Jonas which reads "To infinity and beyond", a quote from Toy Story, across their wrists.

Elsewhere in the video, Sophie revealed the sequinned Louis Vuitton jumpsuit she wore to the 2019 Met Gala was one of her favourite-ever looks, while one of her biggest fashion regrets was the red blazer she wore as a dress to Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's wedding in 2018.

"I'll forever regret this look. One of my worst looks," she said, before explaining how the two "really classy" dresses she's ordered arrived the day of the wedding and didn't fit so she had a "fashion emergency".

"It was either the thigh-high boots or these nice heels, but I felt like if I just wore the heels all of my leg is showing, if I cover up a little bit then... urgh, it was a disaster. Worst fashion choice," Sophie groaned.

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