Madonna’s Daughter, Lourdes Leon, Is Dating ‘Homeland’ Star Timothée Chalamet
Lourdes Leon, Madonna’s 16-year-old daughter, has been dating actor Timothée Chalamet, who starred on Showtime’s Homeland.
The young couple met while attending La Guardia High School of Music & Performing Arts on the Upper West Side. While Chalamet is set to graduate this spring, Leon, who is studying drama, is on track to graduate next year.
“It’s common knowledge at the school that the pair are dating,” a source told the New York Post’s Page Six. A spokeswoman for Madonna declined to comment when asked to confirm the relationship. Chalamet's reps have also yet to respond.
On Homeland, Chalamet played Finn Walden, the son of the vice president and boyfriend to Sgt. Nicholas Brody’s daughter, Dana, played by Morgan Saylor. While Leon doesn’t have any acting credits to her name just yet, she’s already famous as the daughter of Madonna and actor and trainer Carlos Leon.
“I got the best thing out of that relationship, and that’s my daughter. My daughter is everything to me,” the Immigration Tango actor told People, referencing his failed relationship with Madonna. On his daughter dating, he said, “I’m dreading it… because she’s my little girl. I want her to stay young forever. I’m already overprotective, so when the time comes, I will be ready to have a talk with the guy she brings through the door. He better be ready, because I’ll give him the rundown.”