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Heather Snowden

We've got a bit of a crush on Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis's 16-year-old daughter, Lily-Rose Depp. And when I say a bit, I mean a lot. Because, let's face it, she's pretty fantastic. Not only does she have enviable looks (a given really, considering her genetics), but at such a young ages she's not afraid to stand up for who she is and what she believes in, even when it goes against the main grain, which makes her a great role-model for a younger generation.

Morphing from celebrity kid to IT girl pretty much overnight, Lily-Rose now has a mammoth fan following, with 1.2 million people keeping up to date with her day-to-day antics. What's grabbing headlines at the moment though, is the awesome, playful cover of this season's LOVE Magazine. After featuring in the pages of Vogue and Oyster magazines, young Miss Depp has just landed her first cover shoot, and she totally nails it.

Seriously, how fun is this shot? Loving the popping colors, dear-diary style illustrated text and that Jenner-esque pout. But, let's be honest, it's not really a surprise she's able to pull off the cover with ease. We are talking about a Chanel model after all.

LOVE Magazine is a British publication, renowned for its off-beat, celebrity studded covers and this issue, LOVE 15, is clearly no different. Within the issue, Lily-Rose gives a little insight into her career and aspirations.

Having decided at age 14 that she wanted to follow in her father's footsteps and join the acting world, Lily-Rose explains what her first on-set experience was like:

"It was on Tusk and it was so fun! That was when I realized I wanted to be an actor. I was also surrounded by friends and family so it was a great experience!"

Watch the trailer for 2014 movie 'Tusk' below and see if you can spot Miss Depp in action:

Claiming that she prefers acting to modeling because 'acting is more emotional,' Lily-Rose adds that her absolute dream would be to work for Quentin Tarantino, and with those doe-eyes we could certainly picture her playing the heroine in one of his neo-noir thrillers.

As for her future plans? Well, she doesn't really have anything set in concrete, other than that she's prepared to work hard and will keep her fingers crossed to 'keep finding roles as beautiful as the ones [she's] already been lucky enough to come across.'

And what's her favorite movie? Judy Garland's The Wizard of Oz, duh.

Source: Hello Giggles, E!, LOVE


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