Sylvester Stallone's daughter wants to become a model

Sylvester Stallone's daughter wants to become a model
- Sistine has everything needed, says "Rocky".

Sylvester Stallone has since the 80s been one of Hollywood's most famous movie stars.

But now the 68-year-old - who is known from movies like "Rocky," "Rambo" and "The Expendables" - has to share the attention with his 16 year old daughter Sistine.

The young girl is aiming to break through as a model.

On Monday, she appeared in a photo on her famous dad's Instagram page, where he sees her get ready for a photo shoot.

- I'm with my daughter Sistine, who wants to become a serious model. I think you have all it takes, writes Sylvester Stallone below the photo.

And Sistine need not look far for good advice on the modeling business.

Her mother, Sylvester's 18 years younger wife Jennifer Flavin (46), has herself made success as a model.

However Sistine has no plans of following in her fathers footsteps and become a movie star.

- I'm a lousy actor.

- I hate to see myself speaking in front of a camera. I look idiotic! she says.

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