Lena Dunham has had a ''sacred and cool'' tattoo etched under her breasts.
Lena Dunham has had a ''t*t chandelier'' inked onto her chest.
The 'Girls' creator is overjoyed with the ''sacred and cool'' tattoo she's had inked under her breasts by Norweigian artist Trine Grimm, and admitted the design was inspired by Rihanna's etching of a winged woman, which she has in the same place on her own body.
Lena shared a picture of the new artwork - in which she covered her bare breasts with her hands - and wrote on Instagram: ''Thank you @trinegrimm for my warrior's chest plate/tit chandelier. This is my first original piece by a female tattoo artist and it felt sacred and cool and she didn't chide me for copying @badgalriri's placement. If you're ever in Oslo, go meet this metal queen and let her handle your body (sic)''
The 30-year-old actress - who is in a relationship with musician Jack Antonoff - has previously admitted she worships Rihanna ''like Jesus'' and claimed the 'Work' singer is her ''greatest passion'' in life.
She said: ''She is my greatest passion in life. The way I feel about Rihanna is like the way some people, straight-up, feel about Jesus.''
Lena recently discussed her other nine tattoos, which include the sign for her favourite restaurant on her butt.
She explained her upper right arm features her most prominent piece, Ferdinand the Bull, who she described as a ''famous pacifist''.
She added: ''On my side, Jemima [Kirke] tattooed a little picture of her dog, Rosie.
''I have an illustration from a children's book -- a drunk guy did it. It's not great, I should get it covered up. Then I have Laura Thornhill, who's one of the first female skateboarders in history.
''I have Eloise as a tramp stamp -- you know, Eloise who lived at the Plaza? And then here [on my right wrist] it says 'staunch' right there from 'Grey Gardens.'
''On my butt, I have a snake wrapped around the moon. I also have a sign for The Odeon, which is my favourite restaurant in Tribeca.''
And she also has another inking planned.
She added: ''Jemima is planning to tattoo the word 'nasty' on my butt.''
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