A full-back tattoo on Millie Elder-Holmes has been revealed in a video posted on Instagram by her tattoo artist Matt Jordan.
The video shows Ms Elder-Holmes modelling the tattoo that starts at the top of her neck and goes all the way down over her bottom to cover the top of her legs.
"Back from today, some fresh, some healing, some healed," Mr Jordan wrote on his post.
Probably fearful of the video being taken down because of its inclusion of nudity, Mr Jordan went on to write "Please have respect, don't flag this video. We worked hard on this".
The tattoos were met with approval by Instagram users who commented: "I love this!!"; "Pretty amazing"; "Incredible" and "Mad work".
The predominant features of the tattoo are two classical Greek portraits that cover the top of her back and one further down at the bottom of her back.
ONENewsNow contacted Mr Jordan today but he did not want to comment about the tattoos.
Ms Elder-Holmes is already heavily tattooed, with images of her late father, Sir Paul Holmes, and her murdered partner Connor Morris, inked on her leg.
This month a jury found Michael Murray guilty of Mr Morris's murder. He was killed with a sickle during a West Auckland street brawl last August.