Kate Beckinsale is a loving daughter and a proud mother and she's now got a permanent reminder of the two most important people in her life.
The Guilty Party actress took to social media just days after turning heads with a stunning bikini selfie, to display a pair of tattoos.
Kate's inkings consists of "Mama" written twice on her forearm. She explained the meaning of it in her caption which read: "The two I'll kill and die for."
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She then added a photo of her mom, Judy, 75, and daughter, Lily, 23, enjoying a sweet embrace.
The tattoo wasn't visible when Kate posed in a stunning, strapless green bikini two days earlier which sent her fans wild.
The mom-of-one set pulses raising in the swimwear which showed off her fabulous physique.
Kate showed off her new inkings
Kate shares her lookalike daughter with ex-partner, Michael Sheen, and it appears Lily is following in her famous parent's footsteps and making waves in the acting world.
She recently celebrated her first big break in Hollywood, starring in Nicholas Cage's comedy, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.
Lily opened up about how her mom and dad felt about her career in the entertainment industry in an interview with People magazine.
Days before her tattoos, Kate stunned in a green bikini
"[My mum] definitely would've preferred I became a surgeon," she confessed. "But I don't think that was on the cards! You wouldn't want me to be doing any surgeries, and I think she knows that!"
She added: "Both my parents, they would've accepted whatever I did, which is incredibly lucky to have."
Kate shares her daughter Lily with Michael Sheen
Kate is very close to Lily and her mom. She suffered immense heartache at an early age when her beloved father, Richard Beckinsale, died when she was five years old.
The Porridge actor was 31 when he passed away in his sleep at their home following a heart attack.
She pays tribute to him on his birthday and the anniversary of his death every year.
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