On the occasion of her 26th birthday, pop legend Madonna honored her “little star,” her daughter Lourdes Leon. On Oct. 14, Madonna shared a photo of herself with her eldest kid.
In the description of an Instagram video, she wished Lourdes Maria a happy birthday. “I couldn’t be more pleased with the woman, artist, and person you’ve developed into!”
Don’t ever lose sight of the fact that you’re a “little STAR” who “shines brighter than all the Stars in the Sky.”
The video is set to the tune of Madonna’s 1998 song “Little Star,” and it contains adorable photographs of Leon with her famous mom throughout the years.
When promoting her album “Ray of Light” that same year on Oprah Winfrey, she revealed that the song was composed for her daughter.
“Follow your heart and you’ll be fine/follow your dreams and take all the time that you need,” the dreamy song’s chorus implores.
She told Winfrey, “I feel like when my daughter was born, I was born again.” For the first time in my life, I see things differently.
The future held six children for Leon and his wife. Madonna also has five children: Rocco, 22, David, 17, Mercy, 16, and Estere and Stella, twins, age 10.
Leon has recently released her first single and has worked as a model in recent years. She’s known as Lolahol, which may be a play on her nickname when she performs electronica music.
When asked in 2021 if she is “fiercely protective” of her famous mother, Leon said yes, according to an interview published in 2021 in Interview Magazine. Leon and her aunt Debi Mazar recalled an incident from their time in Italy, wherein Leon was questioned if she was Madonna’s daughter, to which her aunt replied, “What’s your mother’s name?”
I find it hilarious. When I say this, people are often surprised because it’s essentially saying, “B——-, don’t talk about my mom if you don’t want me to talk about your mom.” How could you refer to my mother as a whore! Okay, your mom is a sexist pig. According to Leon. If you think you can insult my mom, I’ll do the same to you.
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