Johnny Depp Is 'Quite Worried' About Daughter Lily-Rose's Fashion Career

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Johnny Depp only wants what's best for his daughter, Lily-Rose Depp -- and he's not so sure that involves a modeling career.

"To be honest, I'm quite worried," the actor candidly revealed to Germany's Gala magazine (via The Daily Telegraph). "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."

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Lily-Rose's catwalk career has certainly been taking off. Johnny's only daughter, whose mother is the 52-year-old actor’s longtime ex-girlfriend, Chanel muse Vanessa Paradis, was recently featured in a campaign called The Self Evident Truths Project. The goal is to showcase 10,000 people in the U.S. who identify as "anything other than 100% straight,” and the photography project’s founder, iO Tillett Wright, said that Lily-Rose wanted to take part “because she falls somewhere on the vast spectrum.”

In March, the 16-year-old appeared at Chanel's 2014/15 Metiers d'Art Collection show, and last month, she modeled the fashion house's Pearl eyewear collection for her own Chanel campaign. The teen model will also star alongside Natalie Portman in Planetarium, a 1930s drama in which the two play sisters.

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Though the Pirates of the Caribbean actor might be apprehensive about Rose's budding career, in the end, he’s still supporting her. "She knows I'm always there for her," he told Gala.

Could Johnny Depp's heart be any bigger? It could be, as evidenced by his surprise visit to the Cilento Children's Hospital in Brisbane in July. Watch the video below.