Johnny Depp's daughter Lily-Rose Depp seems caught up in a phone conversation... after she was spotted kissing Timothée Chalamet
She confirmed her romance with actor Timothée Chalamet in a series of steamy make-out photos in Capri, Italy that made headlines last week.
And at last, Lily-Rose Depp was seen flying solo after returning from her trip on Tuesday in a whitetop with medium-wash mom jeans plus red heels in NYC.
The 20-year-old daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis sat on a step and took a gander at her makeup in her phone's camera when she was spotted.
On-the-go: And at last, Lily-Rose Depp was seen flying solo after returning from her trip on Tuesday in a white bodysuit with medium-wash mom jeans plus red heels in NYC
She completed her look with a small black handbag and a fresh face sans makeup.
Lily-Rose and Timothée had been linked since September 2018 but did not confirm their romance until a set of photos released last Monday of Lily-Rose straddling Timothée and giving him a series of intense French kisses on board a luxury boat.
Her openness with affection might be connected to her French roots, as she told W magazine in a recent interview: 'I think the French do pleasure very well, and that’s what I feel the most connected to.'
Casual: The daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis sat on a porch and took a gander at her makeup in her phone's camera when she was spotted
Relaxed: She completed her look with a small black handbag and a fresh face sans makeup
In step: Lily and Timothee Chalamet were seen kissing in Italy this summer; here they are spotted at The King premiere at the 76th Venice Film Festival at Sala Grande on September 2 in Venice, Italy
The model-actress also opened up to the outlet about the pluses and minuses of being born to a famous family.
'I’m not going to say that it doesn’t make it easier to get your name out there,' she said.
Her father is Johnny Depp; seen here on September 8 in France
'Obviously it does. But honestly, to me there’s also something even a little bit harder about it, because the expectations are so insanely high.
'My parents are both incredible artists in their own right. So all I can do is try and be my own person and do my own work.'
She also revealed that the opportunity to lose oneself in character instills in her a passion for acting.
'For me there’s no other way to do it than the vulnerable approach, completely laying your soul bare,' she said.
'I mean, you can’t be worried about looking pretty when you’re acting,' she continued.
'If you’ve got a camera in your face, you’re going to be thinking about it at first. But the more I learned about how important it is to know your character so well, the less I thought about myself as part of the equation.'
Depp stars as a complex female character in love-triangle drama A Faithful Man, released in the U.S. over the summer and is currently working on drug cartel thriller Dreamland, in which she plays the drug addict sister to an opioid dealer played by Armie Hammer.
And later this year, she will appear as a princess in Netflix's The King alongside her beau Timothée as well as Twilight's Robert Pattinson.
Cover girl: Her openness with affection might be connected to her French roots, as she told W magazine in a recent interview: 'I think the French do pleasure very well, and that’s what I feel the most connected to'