The pop queen Madonna's eldest daughter Lourdes was recently seen puffing away as she loitered around with male friends on Friday. The 15 years old had the cigarette in her hand as a pal lighted it for her and seemed very comfortable with it. The legal age for smoking in America is 18.
Wearing a black and white mini dress with matching shoes, the 10th grade schoolgirl wore dark shades and her long hair loosely around her shoulders. At one point she even sneakily tried to hide the cigarette in her hand by holding it upside down as she walked along, the Daily Mail reported.
Lourdes is following in her mother's footsteps in many ways including her passion for fashion with the family's clothing line Material Girl.
As Madonna was seen seductively posing with a cigarette in her latest music video 'Girl Gone Wild', it appears it may be a bad habit picked up closer to home. The singer's rep had denied that she had started smoking again after pictures surfaced of her with what looked like a cigarette in hand while shooting her movie 'WE' in 2010.
The Material Mom has warned her 15-year-old daughter to watch her hemlines in the past, and when Lourdes was recently caught smoking a cigarette, Madge was not pleased. In an interview with NBC's "Rock Center," Madonna admitted that she "wasn't very happy" when she found out.
The single mother of four added that she thinks she's a tough mom, but perhaps not as tough as she could be. "I think I need to be maybe tougher, but it's hard, though. It's hard. Every day is a negotiation," she said. "Cigarette smoking," however, she's "not very fond of, for anyone. I don't approve of anyone smoking cigarettes, most of all my daughter."
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