Madonna's daughter is dating "Homeland" actor Timothee Chamelet, according to recent reports. Lourdes Leon, 16 was linked to the fellow semi-famous high schooler, though with her busy schedule she may not have time for boys.
Madonna's daughter's dating life hasn't gone on very long, and the two reportedly met because they attend the same school, La Guardia High School of the Performing Arts. Chalamet splits his time between school and filming "Homeland," in which he plays Vice President Walden's son, Finn.
"It's common knowledge at the school that the pair are dating," a source told The New York Post's Page Six. However, the relationship is fairly new.
"They are teenagers," an insider told Us magazine. "It has not been going on very long at all."
However, Lourdes has quite a bit on her plate as she travels with her mother and forms her own identity.
The famous teenager co-created a clothing line with her mother titled Material Girl. The brand has been doing well in Macy's and other outlets, according to reports.
She also teenager accompanied her mother to Malawi's Mkoko Primary school earlier this week along with Madonna's other children, Rocco, 12, Mercy 8, and David, 7. Mercy and David were adopted from the country, and the "Give Me All Your Luvin" singer has expanded her philanthropic efforts in childcare and education there.
"I'm happy that David is back to see his brothers and sisters," Madonna told reporters at the time.
Despite all the hubbub surrounding Lourdes' life as the daughter of a billionaire and iconic pop star, she revealed to her mother that she really desires a normal life. While in high school she studies drama and focuses on her studies.
"Lots of people are knocking on my door to meet [Lourdes] about everything, movies and what-not. But she's not really interested in any of it," Madonna told The Sun U.K. last year. "She just wants to go to school. She says to me, 'Mum, I just want to be a normal kid. I'm not ready for any of that.' I respect that, and if she ever wants to work with me on any level I welcome it. But otherwise I leave her to her homework and school."