It's often said that "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree." Well, we finally got the receipts, as we gazed upon a nude Zoë Kravitz on the cover of Rolling Stone’s November "Hot Issue."
See for yourself.
Looking like a complete replica of her mother, Lisa Bonet, Zoë flaunted nothing but bawdy and long wet hair as she aced the Rolling Stone cover (again).
"Technically," Zoë jokes, "this is my second cover."
For those who don't know, back in May 1988 Lisa Bonet posed for the cover of the same magazine wearing nothing but a white button down—and she was 2-months pregnant with Zoë!
Although Rolling Stone didn’t use her completely nude photo for the cover 30 years ago, inside the magazine Lisa could be seen posing nude similar to Zoë's recreated photo.
Captioning the photo taken by photographer Zooey Grossman “Life imitates art,” clearly the 29-year-old drew all her inspiration from mom.
“When I think of Rolling Stone, that’s always the image that pops into my head. It’s a really striking image of her. It’s beautiful,” Lenny Kravitz's daughter shared with the magazine.
Zoë then added, “I think she [her mother] was a little bummed when they used the shirt picture as the cover. I think she just thought, ‘I’m doing it, let’s do it!’ It’s less about the picture, and more about doing the thing my mom intended to do. That feels cool.”
ICYMI: Zoë also nonchalantly confessed why she's wearing a diamond ring on her finger.
“Oh yeah, I’m engaged,” the actress shared casually. “I haven’t told anyone yet — I mean; I haven’t told the world. I wanted to keep it private.”
According to Zoë, it was in late February when her boyfriend, actor Karl Glusman, proposed during a trip to Paris.
“I was in sweatpants,” she said. “I think I was a little drunk. I could feel his heart beating so fast — I was like, ‘Baby, are you OK?’ I was actually worried about him! I love that it wasn’t this elaborate plan in Paris. It was at home, in sweatpants.”
We think congratulations are in order for the couple, who met back in October 2016!
FYI: Rolling Stone's new issue will be on newsstands Nov. 2.
(Photo: Zoey Grossman/ Rolling Stone)
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