Johnny Depp may be a movie star, but he's still an protective dad when it comes to daughter Lily-Rose Depp

By Lindsay Kimble
Updated October 03, 2015 06:30 PM
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Courtesy Lily-Rose Depp

Daddy’s little girl is growing up.

Johnny Depp said he is concerned with how quickly his daughter Lily-Rose Depp‘s fashion career is taking off.

The actor told Germany’s Gala magazine (via The Daily Telegraph) that “to be honest, I’m quite worried,” about the 16-year-old’s modeling career.

“I wasn’t expecting all this to happen to Lily-Rose, especially not at this age. But it’s her passion and she’s having fun,” he told the magazine.

The teenager, who’s mother is Depp’s ex, French actress and Karl Lagerfeld muse Vanessa Paradis, is the face of Chanel’s Pearl eyewear, has posed for an LGBTQ photography campaign and donned couture among Hollywood’s elite.

Aside from her young fashion success, Lily-Rose completed her first feature film Yoga Hosers, a horror-comedy about two girls planning to go a senior party who have to face monstrous forces when everything goes awry. (Depp, 52, also starred in the project, which was directed by Kevin Smith.)

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The Black Mass star may be reluctant to let Lily-Rose follow in her mother’s stylish footsteps, but he told Gala that “she knows I’m always there for her.”