Sofia Coppola And Thomas Mars’ 16-Year-Old Daughter Went Viral For Her TikTok About Being Grounded After Trying To Charter A Helicopter

March 22, 2023 / Posted by:

The last time filmmaker Sofia Coppola caught some attention for one of her projects, it was mostly because she’d been enraging NYC citizens by messing with their parking, so it must sting just a little that her 16-year-old daughter with Phoenix frontman, Thomas Mars, has taken the internet by storm by making and deleting some forbidden TikToks about her life as the baby of a nepo baby. Whether Romy Croquet Mars’ TikTok that served sly family shade weaved into her captivating 49-second tale of being grounded for trying to charter a helicopter with her dad’s credit card was just painfully out of touch or clever sardonic wit hasn’t been addressed, but either way, the people want more.

A few days ago, Romy created a now-defunct TikTok account and started posting normal 16-year-old TikTok stuff like lip-synching. However, one of the songs seemed to be a Romy original, which she labeled “so nepotism” of her, and she gained a respectable following. via New York Post:

Despite the nepo baby’s dismissal of TikTok’s power to make her “famous,” the teen has gathered 29,900 followers on the app in just a few days and seemingly made an attempt to use the app to start her own music career.

In her last TikTok video, Romy shared an audio file believed to be the teen singing an original song. “This is so nepotism of me,” she captioned the video, which boasted thousands of views in just a few hours.

But the pièce de résistance of her short run was the vid where she invited viewers to make vodka sauce with her since she was grounded. Romy said she wasn’t supposed to have public social media accounts, but since she was already in trouble for the most pecunious reason ever, she might as well burn it to the ground.

“Make a vodka sauce pasta with me because I’m grounded,” Romy said in a since-scrapped TikTok video that has been making the rounds on Twitter.

“I tried to charter a helicopter from New York to Maryland on my dad’s credit card because I wanted to have dinner with my camp friend,” Romy confessed.

The teen shared that she decided to disobey her parents by finally creating a TikTok account since she was in trouble anyway.

“I thought I would do this since I’m already grounded because my parents’ biggest rule is, like, I’m not allowed to have any public social media accounts. Here’s why,” she said, flashing a shot of herself holding Mars’ 2010 Grammy Award.

We never did get the sauce recipe, but we did get a glimpse of Romy’s “replacement parents” and her possible struggle to differentiate between onion and garlic only to end up with a shallot–which she lamented looked like “the inner workings of a ballsack” once cut open.

Romy’s short-lived influencer campaign included her admitting that was “embarrassed” because she didn’t know the difference between a garlic bulb and an onion — though she actually was cooking with a shallot — and had to Google images of them both.

She also interrupted her meal prep to introduce someone she claimed was her babysitter’s boyfriend.

“My parents are never home so these are my replacement parents,” Romy said, seemingly taking aim at her famous mom and dad.

Here’s Romy’s masterful retelling of her “fiascA”:

This is the finest piece of work from a member of the Coppola family in quite some time, with 100% less pappy Francis Ford Coppola-level verbal abuse or first cousin, once removed Nicolas Cage-brand ghoulish eccentricity. Maybe the kids are alright. Are you paying attention, North West? This is the type of content that’ll move your TikToks to the next level!

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