Tori Spelling is taking her mind of her family's recent hardships with some fresh ink.
The 40-year-old actress got a tattoo on her wrist yesterday at West Hollywood's Shamrock Tattoo, E! News confirms. According to an eyewitness, "She was there for about an hour with her TV crew filming inside," most likely shooting scenes for True Tori.
After her visit, Spelling was seen later that day sporting a small bandage on the inside of her left wrist. No word on what message or image she got inked on her body.
Spelling's tat comes just days after E! News exclusively revealed she was secretly admitted to a hospital last week. The mother of four was hospitalized for at least six days for an undisclosed reason before she was spotted heading home this past Saturday with a pink hospital band still on her wrist.
Spelling's husband Dean McDermott was there on Saturday to help her home, despite his recent cheating drama and rehab stay, which has been documented in their new Lifetime documentary True Tori.
In addition to admitting to substance abuse issues on the show, McDermott also revealed he contemplated suicide in his darkest moments.
"My life means a lot to me right now, where it didn't for so many, so many years," McDermott said. "My life means something today and my life means something because I'm getting the help I need and I'm surrounded by love and support. For the longest time I didn't deserve it, and now I'm just getting a little glimmer that I do deserve it. And that's what's gonna keep me alive. I'm trying to beat that into my head that on some level I do deserve it. I know I don't deserve to die; I deserve to live."