Ruby Rose Gave Herself a 'CQ' Tattoo Inspired by Her 'Camp Quarantine' Group of Friends
“I’m not going to get any more tattoos because I don’t want to spend any more time in a makeup chair,” the actress, 34, tells PEOPLE of covering up her ink on set, while promoting The Doorman, her new action film available on-demand today.
Her final addition was a tiny tat that she inked herself on the inside of her left arm to remember the time she spend quarantining with her best friends during the coronavirus pandemic.
"But I did get a really tiny one. I don’t know if you can see it," Rose says as she holds up her arm to show off the tattoo. "It says, 'CQ.' I did it myself. It stands for 'Camp Quarantine' which is the group of my friends that we all kind of quarantine together and we check in on each other like every day. I tattooed myself."
Although Rose now believes she has over 109 tattoos, she previously told PEOPLE that she quickly lost count of the exact number after she started getting so many.
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“The funny thing about tattoos is that you get one, or two, or three, or four or 10, and when you first get them they’re all separate and separate enough from each other that they can be counted individually,” she said.
“I think at one point, I had 50 or 60 tattoos, but then they all morphed to become a half sleeve, and then a full sleeve and then I sleeve with half my hand, and then half my back. So I have so many now where I feel like I can get away with saying, ‘I have three tattoos.’”