Annie Lennox Has a Half-Israeli Daughter Named Tali, and She’s a Model

The 19-year-old talks to The Cut about going to Burning Man with her dad, producer Uri Fruchtmann Read More

By / March 13, 2013

So it turns out Eurythmics singer Annie Lennox was married to Israeli producer Uri Fruchtmann (his credits include Spice World) from 1988 to 2000. Really gives that whole ‘broken glass’ thing new meaning, no? The couple had two children together, Lola and Tali Lennox.

Now the girls are all grown up, and Tali is making her mark as a model and, according to The Cut, an “almost accidental ‘It’ girl” (Lola, 22, studied classical singing at the Royal Academy of London). The fashion site talked to the 19-year-old British beauty, reporting she “insists that she pays for everything herself, without any support from her family,” and that her father’s response to her dropping out of school at 17 was to insist she go to therapy.

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Behind the leather overalls, Lennox has a strong hippie vibe about her, which both explains her career-dabbling and can be explained, in part, by her free-spirited parents; her dad lives a bohemian artist life in Ibiza, and the two of them have attended Burning Man together for the past two years. She’s actually about to head to Ibiza in order to do Ayahuasca with him, a potent psychedelic tea that’s used in South America.

And you thought your Israeli dad was chill.

Here’s a clip from Lennox’s cover shoot for Tatler Magazine:

(Photo by ANDREW COWIE/AFP/GettyImages)