Madonna's daughter, Lourdes Leon, is following in her footsteps when it comes to style. This Monday, February 25, the up-and-coming model was spotted walking around New York City wearing a mustard yellow hoodie, black sweats, a matching coat and sneakers. She ate from a bag of chips as she walked home following a night out. The 22-year-old stunner's solo outing came just as her famous mom hosted her lavish Oscars bash in Los Angeles. Clearly, the singer's mini-me prefers the low-key lifestyle. Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to see the latest photos of her and learn more.
Madonna's gorgeous daughter may have inherited her looks and fashion sense, but she clearly isn't one to strut her stuff all over the spotlight.
This Monday, she was spotted munching on chips while wearing sweats around NYC. At the same time, Madonna, 60, was throwing a star-studded fete for her closest celebrity pals — including former nemesis Lady Gaga!
"Madonna would make peace with the devil if it made her relevant again," a source told Radar, adding that Madonna is getting ready to drop new music and knows that being on good terms with Gaga, 32, can only help her.
Her daughter, on the other hand, prefers to stay away from the glitz and glam of Hollywood. Though Leon is already making a name for herself in the fashion industry, she doesn't seem particularly interested in public attention.
In a profile, W Magazine referred to her as the industry's "quietest It girl."
Radar readers know Leon recently starred in Miu Miu's Spring 2019 ad campaign. In 2016, she also appeared on a Stella McCartney perfume ad and over the years sat front row at various top fashion shows and industry events.
However, the beauty is rarely seen at star-studded parties and though she could easily throw herself into the glitz and glam, she prefers to spend her time away from Hollywood.
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