Lourdes Leon has been interviewed and appeared in a few sexy photos for Vanity Fair, revealing intimate details about her own life and her famous mother, Madonna.
The 24-year-old model was photographed by Adrienne Racquel for the magazine and was seen wearing tights, briefs, and shoes while posing next to a swimming pool for one of the shots.
She made her modeling debut four years ago but has revealed that she hopes to break into the world of acting and appear “on the big screen” instead of following in her pop icon mother’s musical footsteps.
Known as Lola, Lourdes Leon spoke about her time at the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and Performing Arts in New York, where she met actor Timothée Chalamet.
She revealed that the actor, now 25, was her first boyfriend and said they were “a little item.” She confessed: “I respect him a lot; we were a little item. My first boyfriend.”
The daughter of Madonna and Carlos Leon said that she “respected” Timothée a lot, and he was the first person she had properly dated.
Speaking about her career ambitions, she said she would “love” to play the role of Mother Theresa one day and opened up about her childhood and how she was pushed and encouraged by Madonna when taking ballet lessons.
Her mother saw potential and “really went hard,” with ballet classes starting for Lourdes when she was three years old.
Madonna, 62, is known for her edgy style and recently shared photos wearing a striking blue suit as she posed eating spaghetti while out for dinner with her friend, Maha Dakhil Jackson, this week.
And Lourdes said her mother is often receiving raunchy gifts from her friends, such as a leather horse condom or explicitly-shaped bong, even though she does not smoke weed and is “expecting something nice.”
She made this confession about Madonna: “She’s expecting something nice that she’ll actually use, and she gets a leather horse condom and a bong shaped like a c**k and balls (courtesy of photographer Steven Klein.) She doesn’t even smoke weed.”
Lourdes also spoke about many of her friends going through depression while Donald Trump was president by saying: “During the last presidency, I don’t think I have one friend that’s not depressed or anxious. We feel together now, and there is a sense of solidarity and responsibility for any person that doesn’t feel safe to walk down the street.”
Lourdes is getting serious about her career.