Hilary Erhard Duff (born September 28, 1987) is an American actress and singer-songwriter. After working in local theater plays and television commercials in her childhood, Duff gained fame for playing the title role in the television series Lizzie McGuire. Duff went on to have a film career; her most commercially successful movies include Cheaper by the Dozen, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, A Cinderella Story and Material Girls.
The former Disney star has stayed out of trouble and scandals and has been able to hold on to a good girl, wholesome image. She has worked hard to stay out of trouble and to live her life in privacy. She has admitted before when she turned 18 years old that she wasn't interested in getting a tattoo because she felt she would be bored with it. She also admitted that she wasn't sure she would be able to take the pain that's involved with getting a tattoo. She was also quick to let everyone know she didn't have a problem with them. But it looks like Hilary had a change of heart because she has been sporting some ink here recently.
Hilary decided that it was the right time in her life to get a tattoo. She has "Let it be" written in black right under the outside of her right ankle. Hilary opened up to In Touch Magazine about her tattoo and simply told them you only live once, so why not.
"I wanted a tattoo, and you only live once. Someone came to my house and my mom and I did it together with a few of our friends.
Hilary also informed the magazine the reason behind her "Let it be" tattoo. "I have a hectic, crazy life. Things are crazy all around me and I get stressed out. It's like, I'm just one little person so, let it be." As soon as parents hear about Ms. Duff's tattoo let's hope the don't feel she is no longer a good role model for their children. Tattoo or no tattoo has nothing to do with what kind of person you are.
You will also notice that Hilary Duff has a tattoo written across her upper right side in a simple script. The tattoo reads "ma petite amie." In this spelling, it refers to a close female friend, reading either "my little friend" (literal) or "my girlfriend" (proper meaning). Since this probably doesn’t apply to Mike, I’m thinking maybe it’s meant to be about her sister, Haylie.