David Bowie's daughter Lexi shares poignant tribute to mum Iman five years after her father's death
17 May 2021, 11:13
Lexi Jones has shared a throwback image of her and her mother on Iman on Instagram as an 'appreciation' to the 65-year-old supermodel.
Taking to her Instagram page, the only child of Bowie and supermodel Iman posted a throwback picture of her as a child in the arms of her mother.
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The youngster shared the 'appreciation' post to Iman alongside a caption paying tribute to her famous mum.
"Appreciation to my mutha" she wrote. "Love you to bits🧡"
The post comes a year after Lexi posted a touching post to her mother to mark Mother's Day in the midst of the pandemic.
"Happy mothers day again here's another w me holding a chikkken nugget," she wrote to her 92,000 followers before asking them not to break COVID-19 rules.
"Everyone pls stay inside I haven't seen my mom for 6 months because we live on opposite coasts and it is very difficult to leave NY right now, but I'm a child and i miss her dearly so pls be party poopers this one time so it doesn't take 2 f---ing years to see her again thank you! (sic)"
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Lexi Jones is relatively unknown and in an interview in 2018 Iman revealed she had advised her daughter to stay under-the-radar for as long as possible after she was offered modelling opportunities as a teenager.
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"She says I am overprotective," Iman told Porter. "But I told her, this can all wait, it isn't going anywhere. Have a life that is private while you can, because one day soon it is going to be public, so enjoy this."
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In February Lexi followed in her father's footsteps by posting a song she had written on Instagram.
Even though she was "absolutely terrified to post" it, she said in the caption: "I keep going back and forth between hating it and liking it but f—k it.
"So here's a snippet of an untitled, unfinished, very drunken rough take of a song I'm proud of on a good day."
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