Madonna’s daughter Lourdes flaunts her curves in shredded black dress as she poses with Eartheater
GRAND CAYMAN, CARIBBEAN ISLANDS: Madonna's daughter, Lourdes Leon, left little to the imagination as she struck poses in a revealing black shredded dress shared on her Instagram on Saturday, January 21. The 26-year-old donned the ultimate night-out look alongside singer Eartheater. The duo is currently vacationing on the Grand Cayman Islands. "I [love] @palmheightsgc," she captioned the post, which included a link to the five-star property they are staying at, Palm Heights Hotel Resorts.
Leon looked stunning in the unique black dress which had a number of cutouts throughout the length of the dress that flaunted her curves and displayed matching black underwear. The back of the racy dress appeared to be a black sheer material, featuring no cutouts. One out of two snaps showed the two friends looking up at the camera while taking a mirror selfie and putting their figures on display. The shredded design of the dress which puts nearly all of her skin on display also helped highlight the silver ring that she has on her belly button.
The Savage X Fenty model kept her raven tresses center parted and flowing much like mermaid-like curls. Her makeup featured a glossy dark pink lip along with a bold smokey eye with black eyeliner. She finished her ensemble with an eye-catching silver gothic necklace. Meanwhile, Eartheater opted for a white dress with knots and a high slit. The Grecian-inspired look showed off the singer’s tattoos, including the ones on her thighs and wrist.
Earlier, Leon, who goes by the stage name Lolahol, said that she is currently exploring and has yet to work on a "specific" career goal. “Honestly, actors really annoy me and I can’t be around them. As for music, I can sing. I just don’t care about it. Maybe it’s too close to home,” she said to her mom’s close pal Debi Mazar in a piece for Interview magazine in October 2021. “I’ve been judged from a young age, but I think that privacy is the reason why I was able to keep my wits about me and not find myself in a mental asylum,” she added at the time. “I want to figure out who the f–k I am before I let anyone else try to tell me who I am, you know?”
Meanwhile, Madonna has also admitted to "struggling to understand how to be a mother." The pop icon, 64, told Vanity Fair, "Growing up with a mother like me is a challenge. It has been the most difficult, the hardest battle. Today, I am still struggling to understand how to be a mother and do my job.”