Lourdes Leon Looks Like Mom Madonna In Beige Leotard For New Campaign – Hollywood Life

Lourdes Leon, 25, Looks Like Mom Madonna, 63, In Biege Leotard For New Campaign

Lourdes Leon shared a jaw-dropping new video to her Instagram account, and she's rocking a beige bondage look that reminds us of mom Madonna!

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Lourdes Leon, 25, bears a strong resemblance to her mom Madonna, 63. And in a new Instagram post, the model writhes around in a beige, bondage-inspired leotard reminiscent of her famous mama’s beige lingerie look from 1990! The seductive video features the stunning brunette model wearing gigantic hoop earrings and posing on a white retro limo for the brand Mugler. She also wears skin-tone socks and strappy stiletto heels to complete the look, with her silky long hair falling straight.

Madonna and Lourdes Leon
Madonna and her daughter Lourdes Leon. (Matt Baron/Shutterstock)

@MUGLEROFFICIAL WIT. MY MAIN SQUEEEEeeeeeZE @EARTHEATER,” Lourdes captioned the scorching video, which she posted to Instagram on June 8. “THANK YOU GRACIAS MERCI @cadwallader @haleywollens @torso.solutions for letting me be apart of this fab & crazy journey againnnnnn.” The new fashion campaign is just yet another indication that Lourdes is reaching an apex in her modeling career. The daughter of Madonna and personal trainer Carlos Leon has previously modeled for Kim Kardashian‘s SKIMS, Rihanna‘s Savage X Fenty, and couture legend Versace.

Amber Valletta, Megan Thee Stallion, Bella Hadid, Shalom Harlow, and Chloe Sevigny are also among the famous faces of the sizzling Mugler campaign. Lourdes’ alluring appearance in the Mugler video underscores the beautiful model’s freedom. She spoke out in October of 2021, saying that modeling has given her financial independence. “We don’t get any handouts in my family,” she told Debi Mazar in Interview Magazine when asked if she’d actually paid for her own college tuition.

Gill Madonna is seen in a performance photo from 1990. (Allen/AP/Shutterstock)

“Obviously, I grew up with extreme privilege. There’s no denying that,” she continued. “But I think my mom saw all these other kids of famous people, and she was like, ‘My kids are not going to be like this. Also, I feel like if your parents pay for things, then it gives them leverage over you. My mom is such a control freak, and she has controlled me my whole life. I needed to be completely independent from her as soon as I graduated high school.”

The high-profile campaign has certainly given the rising supermodel both freedom of expression as well as financial independence.