Lourdes Leon, Madonna’s eldest daughter, is not just a simple “daughter of”. What she has today is in large part thanks to her work. She defends herself with Vogue.
Madonna’s daughter no longer needs her mother. At 24, Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon, Lola for close friends, knows very well respond alone to his detractors. The young woman is on the cover of the magazine Vogue (on newsstands in September) with other “daughters of” like Kaia Gerber (daughter of Cindy Crawford). “People think I’m that rich, talented kid who was given everything, but that’s not true”, she assures, a bit complexed by this type of comments.
Lourdes Leon, dancer and model, struggled with her mother’s fame in her teenage years. But today, she is doing it alone and is proud to say that she is there thanks to her resourcefulness and her work. Near Vogue, she recalled that she had herself paid for her studies and that she had no support from her parents to manage her community of polyglot artists in Bushwick (New York neighborhood).
Lourdes Leon is not afraid of anyone
Timothée Chalamet’s ex – she recently revealed that the Franco-American actor was her first boyfriend – suffered many reviews when she got into modeling. The young woman does not shave under her arms and assumes her femininity as she sees fit. Not everyone likes it, but she does not care. To people who laugh at her or insult her because of it, she replies: “Yeah, come get me mate.” Which means that nobody and nothing scares him.
Article written with the collaboration of 6Medias
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