Parker, 44, admits that she was never fond of the prominent mole, and finally asked her brother-in-law, a plastic surgeon, to get rid of it after she turned 43. But now the actress regrets not consulting her family and fans before the procedure, because they miss the blemish so much.
“I"ve been in therapy since it happened... Honestly, I didn"t think a thing about it and apparently it turned into molegate," the Daily Star quoted her as saying. “A woman came on to the beach really upset and she said, 'I don"t know why you did that, your mole was your signature!" I was like, 'My mole is my signature?." And then for the next 15 minutes I couldn"t hear anything people said to me. All I could think was, 'I"ve made a terrible mistake - Can I put it back on? My son tells me every now and then he misses it... I feel like I should"ve talked to more people," she added.