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Lily-Rose Depp Lands Her First Magazine Cover

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Photo: Love Magazine

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The daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis fronts her first major magazine this month on the cover of Love Magazine. Lily-Rose Depp previously appeared in the pages of Oyster and British Vogue and was also featured in a Chanel campaign. The 16-year-old gets an age-appropriate cover that looks like the scribbles in the first page of a teenager's notebook with the headline "Love Club."

In her cover interview, Depp tells Love that despite her parents' acting backgrounds, it wasn't until she was 14 that she realized she wanted to act. She also tells the publication that the director she dreams of working with is Quentin Tarantino.

Love Magazine and its editor-in-chief Katie Grand have made a habit out of featuring young teen stars with famous parents. In the past, the outlet has worked with Kendall and Kylie Jenner as well as Gigi and Bella Hadid in both print and digital spreads.