Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon, 27, bares her toned abs in a cropped silver top and distressed jeans for a sexy Coca-Cola campaign created with AI

Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon showed off her incredibly toned physique in metallic silver and distressed jeans with holes on her knees and thighs.

In new images for a Coca-Cola Y3000 Zero Sugar campaign created with AI, the 27-year-old model, who appeared on the cover of Vogue and walked the catwalk for Versace, beamed coolly as she held a can of the latest limited edition flavor of the soft drink brand.

For the photo shoot, the Los Angeles native wore light blue eyeshadow, a silver dangling belly button ring and a white studded belt.

The University of Michigan graduate chose to wear her long raven locks in loose waves, which flowed down her shoulders and back.

Star power: Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon showed off her incredibly toned physique in metallic silver and distressed jeans with holes over both knees

In another photo, the beauty stood next to two identical versions of herself in the same ensemble in different poses.

On the far left, she placed her left hand on her gym-honed midriff, before looking off into the distance as she rested her chin on the top of the light blue and red Coca-Cola can.

“Partnering with @CocaColaGBI to celebrate the future for its new limited-edition flavor, Coca-Cola 3000 Zero Sugar, made with AI,” she captioned the slideshow on Instagram.

She credited Olivia Richardson for her creative direction and photography.

In addition to a flourishing modeling career, Lourdes recently followed in her famous mother’s footsteps as a singer and dancer and released her single Spelling in October.

In a social media post announcing the song, she wrote: “This piece is very special. It is a tribute to my mother’s timeless work of art ‘Frozen’.’

“That part has come up countless times in my life and has connected the two of us. I would be nothing without the woman who brought me into the world. I honor her and hope this translates.”

She is Madonna’s eldest child and the Queen of Pop wrote her 1998 song Little Star from her Grammy Award-winning album Ray Of Light about Lourdes.

Effortlessly cool: For the photo shoot, the Los Angeles native, who graduated from the University of Michigan in 2018, wore light blue eyeshadow, a silver dangling belly button ring and a white studded belt

Effortlessly cool: For the photo shoot, the Los Angeles native, who graduated from the University of Michigan in 2018, wore light blue eyeshadow, a silver dangling belly button ring and a white studded belt

Their strong bond is evident after Lourdes found herself at her mother’s bedside while she was in the hospital in June 2023.

However, she revealed it Interview magazine that she had to grow to admire her mother as she does now because she has seen her as a control freak.

Lourdes added that Madonna is “probably the hardest worker I’ve ever seen.” Unfortunately, I didn’t inherit that. I inherited her control issues, but not her work ethic!’

She has since dipped her toes into the music industry with the release of her debut single called Lock&Key in August 2022, under the stage name Lolahol.

Tribute: In addition to a blossoming modeling career, Lourdes recently followed in her famous mother's footsteps as a singer and dancer, releasing her single Spelling in October

Tribute: In addition to a blossoming modeling career, Lourdes recently followed in her famous mother’s footsteps as a singer and dancer, releasing her single Spelling in October

Firstborn: Lourdes is Madonna's eldest child, and the Queen of Pop wrote her 1998 song Little Star, from her Grammy Award-winning album Ray Of Light about Lourdes (pictured together in 2022)

Firstborn: Lourdes is Madonna’s eldest child, and the Queen of Pop wrote her 1998 song Little Star, from her Grammy Award-winning album Ray Of Light about Lourdes (pictured together in 2022)

Last year, she opened up about battling “nepotism baby” stereotypes and learning to have a hard work ethic.

“I want to feel like I deserve things and not just that I got things,” she told The Cut. “And yes, there is an undeniable privilege that I would be stupid not to realize. Babies with favoritism are usually pretty awful, and my mom and dad raised me much smarter.”

As the daughter of one of the biggest superstars in the world, Leon explained that she has a “high standard in visuals, audio, character, humor and style” as she has been exposed to it her “whole life.”

Additionally, she tries not to compare herself to others because “people who are doing well don’t worry about other people.”

In 2021, the artist said she “didn’t get any handouts” in her family, despite growing up with “extreme privilege.”

“I think my mother saw all these other children of famous people, and she thought, ‘My children won’t be like that,’” she noted during a conversation with Interview magazine.