Davie Bowie’s Daughter Lexi Jones Complains About Not Seeing Mom Iman In 6 Months

We don’t know the last time we heard from Alexandria “Lexi” Zahra Jones. Unlike many celebrity kids, Jones keeps a low-profile, away from the media attention and the public. However, she made national headlines during the week of May 10 over a message posted to her social media. In an emotional noted shared on Instagram, Jones complained that she has not seen her mom, Iman, in six months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Iman and David Bowie at an event in October 2009
Iman and David Bowie at an event in October 2009 | Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Lexi Jones’ Instagram post about Iman

Jones, 19, took to the platform on May 10 to share a tribute to her mom in honor of Mother’s Day. She posted a photo of Iman holding her when she was a baby along with a message saying she has not seen the fashion icon in months due to the outbreak, which has led to global travel restrictions and social distancing measures.

“Everyone pls stay inside I haven’t seen my mom for 6 months because we live on opposite coasts and it is very difficult to leave (New York) right now,” she wrote in part. “I’m a child and i miss her dearly so pls be party poopers this one time so it doesn’t take 2 f*cking years to see her again thank you!”

When a commenter pointed out that the pandemic hasn’ t gone on for six months, Jones clarified and said she already hadn’t seen her mom for a few weeks before things took a turn.

“We see each other every few months since we live in different states and it had already been a good couple months since I saw her when this whole thing happened. So yeah it has been 6 months and it could end up being way longer,” she continued.

How Iman is handling the coronavirus pandemic

Iman did not comment on Jones’ post. But we’re sure she misses her baby girl, whom she welcomed with David Bowie on Aug. 15, 2000, after marrying the musician in 1992.

Iman has seemingly spent much of her time in quarantine on social media, where she shares inspirational messages and glimpses of her life while practicing social distancing.

Despite the grim situation, she has tried her best to stay positive and keep her head high. She has encouraged fans to do the same, calling on them in April to “look for something positive in each day, even if some days you have to look a little harder.”

Life for Lexi Jones now

Jones briefly emerged from seclusion after her father’s 2016 death. Around that time, she publicly mourned his death and got a tattoo on her arm in honor of the musician.

She graduated from high school about two years later and is now an artist, according to ELLE. The outlet reported in late 2018 that Jones has a page on Instagram highlighting her artwork. Dubbed @unsettling.art, “the account features her signature gory and satirical illustrations which she stated she’s ‘not selling just yet but will be soon!'” wrote the site.

Some of her work can also be found on her personal account. See more photos by clicking the photo below.

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