Madonna’s daughter Lourdes rang within the new yr with a cheeky pose whereas a thriller man couldn’t get sufficient of it! See the risqué snap right here!
When your mother is Madonna, there’s an excellent likelihood a factor or two about provocative poses! And Lourdes Leon — who usually goes by “Lola” — proved that was the case when she was snapped in a racy photograph on New Year’s Eve. Taking to her Instagram Story, the Materials Lady shared the image of her daughter rocking a sheer white gown with a number of cutouts that left little to the creativeness. Lourdes had her again to the digital camera, was bent over and caught out her derrière. What a technique to ring within the new yr!
What’s extra, Lourdes — who managed to look beautiful whereas within the awkward place — had attracted the eye of a thriller man for the racy photograph shoot. Sitting subsequent to Lourdes, the younger man, who was sporting a pair of rose-tinted glasses, had his hand on Lourdes bottom. He additionally simply occurred to be sticking his tongue out as if he had been licking it. The tip of the yr vacation actually makes some folks have a good time in distinctive methods.
Loudes isn't any stranger to serving up sultry looks, as she was just lately featured in a PAPER magazine cover story, sporting nothing however skimpy outfits and barely-there ensembles. In a single snap, the up-and-coming choreographer rocked a tiny bra and a mini gown that confirmed off her attractive gams. One other racy pic had Madonna’s eldest posing on a BMW in a string bikini and fur boots.
She additionally spoke about her profession plans with the outlet, saying, “I wish to choreograph for artists, folks that make music, visible artists. I wish to choreograph primarily, however there's a huge a part of me that also does wish to carry out. Now I’m dipping my toes within the pond of choreography for music movies and stuff like that. I believe one thing larger will find yourself manifesting itself, however I've to take different steps so as to discover that candy spot of what's really going to finish up being my [legacy].”