Aniston has never actually addressed the tattoo, however, we may finally have some insight into what it actually signifies. A source told People that the Morning Show star (who he/she calls “very spiritual”) believes the number is lucky.
“The number 11 is also special to her because of her birthday and Norman,” the source said. Aniston’s birthday is February 11 and she lost her Welsh Corgi-Terrier, Norman, in 2011.
While we’re not sure exactly when (or where) she got the wrist design, Aniston recently showed it off at the 2020 Golden Globe Awards and 2020 SAG Awards. And this isn’t the Friends star’s only ink. She has another tribute to Norman—his name written in script—on the inside of her foot which she got when he passed away.
We’re not surprised her ink is linked to her late pet.. In an interview with People before his death, Aniston referred to the Terrier as her "baby boy," adding, "Norman goes with me on location—I’ve got to take Norman.”
What a sweet way to honor her “baby boy.”