The 24-year-old mannequin opens up in a uncommon Q&A.
Madonna’s mannequin daughter, Lourdes Leon, simply gave some uncommon perception into her typically non-public life for Vanity Fair.
The 24-year-old appears to be like unimaginable in a diffusion photographed by Adrienne Raque, displaying off her butterfly tattoos and slightly pores and skin whereas posing in briefs, tights and footwear from Saint Laurent and rocking Chopard Excessive Jewellery. Contained in the publication, Lourdes — or “Lola to her friends” — additionally did a quick Q&A, through which she revealed slightly about her attention-grabbing upbringing, her love of actuality TV and her relationship with Timothée Chalamet.
Lola, the daughter of Madonna and private coach Carlos Leon, stated that earlier than her modeling days, she was thrown into the dance world. “My mom really went hard for that once she saw there was potential,” she stated, including that she began dance classes when she was simply three. After attending Fiorello H. LaGuardia Excessive Faculty of Music & Artwork and Performing Arts alongside Chalamet — “I respect him a lot, we were a little item. My first boyfriend,” she says of the actor — she attended College of Michigan, however transferred to SUNY Buy after seeing her first MAGA hat on campus.
As soon as there, she started “10-hour studio days,” telling the publication, “You think that your body is not capable of something until you just have to do it.”
She did not say a lot else about her well-known mom, apart from replicate on a number of the wilder birthday items she’s seen the Queen of Pop obtain through the years. “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,” stated Lourdes. “She doesn’t even smoke weed.”
Leon additionally opened up about an “emotional” journey she needed to her father’s homeland of Cuba again in 2016. “I look like my grandmother, and my family members were all freaking out, grabbing my face,” she stated of the journey — including, “That diaspora engine yanks you back” and she will’t wait to return.
She additionally expressed her love of the “Housewives” reveals on Bravo — “I don’t think it’s horrible for women to have this show. Even when they’re screaming, I love it and it’s soothing to my brain” — stated she’s trying ahead to getting a driver’s license and defined that “prayer is something that is really helpful to me.” She added that she loves “religion and religious people.”
The Q&A ended along with her outlook on the way forward for this nation, particularly because it pertains to these of their 20s, like herself. “After the last presidency, I don’t think I have one friend that’s not depressed or anxious,” she informed VF. “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.”