French-American actress Lily-Rose Depp, daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis rocked a cozy-chic winter look while picking essentials during the biting cold in New York City on Thursday.
The 21-year-old was seen wearing earphones and listening to music while walking the streets of Manhattan. She seemed to pick up some groceries from Whole Foods as she carried their two brown bags. While she held her phone in one hand, her other hand was holding, what we assume a coffee sipper.
Lily-Rose Depp Winter Look
Lily-Rose Depp carried a Swildens x Pyrenex puffer petrol blue jacket with a mustard inner lining along with a black sweater. To complete her winter look she wore black trainers and black wide-leg trousers while her chestnut locks were tied in a chic pigtail. Rose also wore a black face mask for the outing. The actress kept a low-profile for the stroll while continuously checking her phone.
Lily-Rose Depp’s Upcoming Movies
The King star has finished filming her upcoming science fiction film Voyagers. The movie is written and directed by Divergent famed Neil Norman Burger. Lily-Rose Depp is joined by Irish actor Colin Farrell, X-men star Tye Sheridan, period-drama actress Keira Knightley, and The Crown’s Matthew Goode for the movie.
She is also playing a supporting role in the opioid epidemic thriller movie, Crisis. The film is set to be released on February 26. The cast features Armie Hammer, Gary Oldman, Evangeline Lilly, Greg Kinnear, Luke Evans, and Michelle Rodriguez, among others.
Lily-Rose Depp and Timothee Chalamet
Lily-Rose Depp is currently enjoying her single life after breaking up with boyfriend Timothee Chalamet. The duo met on the sets of 2019 Netflix’s The King. After dating for almost a year the pair split up in April 2020. The couple was highly shipped by the internet. After the breakup, Timothée is currently in a relationship with Eiza González.
She also talked about her ex-boyfriend previously and said, “It’s always exciting to work with somebody who you know has given themselves so wholeheartedly to their role and is so invested.”
“It can be nerve-wracking to work with people whose talent you admire so much, but hopefully it can only make things better … It can be intimidating. But I think you can take it like that, or like, “How lucky am I to be working with so many people who are so great at what they do, and hopefully I can learn from them.”‘