Lene Beier has taken the advance on the fødselsdagsgaverne, before she on Friday reaches 43 years, and had given himself a tattoo.
The fine case, which represents a it hybrid, adorn now the tv host's forearm, and even if the subject does not have any deeper meaning, it has a special meaning for her.
'Why am I giving myself a gift, which may be uglier with age? I do because age is a privilege that not all can - and I would like to remind myself every single day', she writes on Instagram.
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I have really first birthday on Friday, but I have long had the desire to get a new tattoo, so therefore I have given myself this it-hybrid as a birthday present. There is no deeper meaning to the subject, in addition to good memories from my childhood on a sailing boat Why do I give myself a gift, which may be uglier with age? I do because age is a privilege that not all can - and I would like to remind myself every day #birthday #tilmigframig #tattoo #jellyfish
For Extra Magazine tells Lene Beier, that when she was 40, she decided that she did not bother to use his life to be sad over getting older.
- I am pleased to be here, and I want to be old and be allowed to see my children grow up. And I try to remind myself of that every time you get older, you have to be happy for the time, to get.
too many of here early, and therefore you should do what makes you happy, she thinks.
Tattoos are often something you associate with youth. When I said that I would like a new tattoo, there are many who have said to me that I should let be, and that I get upset about it when I get old. But in fact, I feel just the opposite. If I get to look at it when it is old, then it's because I'm still here, says Lene Beier.
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Just now Lene Beier in full swing with the filming for the next season of the TV2 programme 'Farmer seeks love', and the popular tv host has no qualms to show the tattoo to appear on the screen.
- I have not done myself any considerations about having to show it on tv. I have always had tattoos, while I have made 'Farmer looking for love', so I haven't thought about. It is a part of me. We are different, and there must be room for, she says.
Coronarestriktioner has not stopped the filming of the 'Farmer looking for love', where Lene Beier is hosted. Photo: Anders Brohus / TV2
this is The seventh season of the successful datingprogram, and it goes well despite coronaregler, tells Lene Beier.
- We are outside, so we can easily keep distance and all that. It is not a problem for us, " she says.
The six participants, which for the first time, counts two women, however, must do without krammere from the host in their pursuit of love.
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