Johnny Depp has expressed worry over his daughter's future, following her top profile modelling roles at just 16.
Johnny Depp, 52, has shared some of his worries in a new interview with Germany’s Gala magazine expressing concern for his 16-year-old daughter, Lily-Rose Depp.
"To be honest, I'm quite worried,” he reportedly said (according to translation from The Huffington Post). “What's happening with Lily-Rose right now isn't what I expected. Definitely not at this age. But these are her passions and she's having fun."
According to Us Weekly, The teenage daughter of the three-time Oscar nominee, and his ex Vanessa Paradis, has been giving a shot at model. She walked the runway in a recent Chanel show, appeared in a music video, had her own spread in Vogue Paris’ October issue, and is the face of a French luxury eyewear campaign.
Depp, who is also dad to son Jack, 13, with Paradis, added of his teen daughter, "She knows that I'm always there for her.”