Lourdes Leon, the eldest daughter of pop star Madona, has proven to have the same character as her mother. Without hairs on the tongue, without detours when it comes to giving statements; the young model spoke of her mother and brought to light a very little known facet of the singer and how she was exercising her role as a mother.
During an interview she had for Interview Magazine, conducted by actress Debi Mazar, Lourdes Leon was asked to describe how she was the creator of Like a Virgin at the head of the family and what things she did not like about her. Lourdes indicated that in principle she was "very controlling" and that this led her to become independent at a very early age, since she did not want to depend on anyone to have her things.
In the same way, Lourdes Leon said that she lives alone in a modest neighborhood and that all this time she has paid the university fee with her earnings and not with her mother's. Although she had long struggled to understand some things and criticized the upbringing that the artist had given them, when she began to grow she knew that it was the right path and that being disciplined and independent allowed her to empower herself more and more.
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When it came to understanding why her mother Madonna was always so strict, Lourdes maintained that she considers it because she did not want them to come out rude and at the same time, she compared them to the children of other characters who left much to be desired. This is why I wouldn't change anything Madonna did for them, or what I teach them because in the end, it allows her to more easily discern what she wants in life and what she doesn't.
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