A lot of celebrity kids want to follow in their parents’ famous footsteps. But how to do so when you might not have inherited their talent? In the past famous offspring tended to aim for jobs like being a socialite or a DJ, but lately it looks like they’ve found a new go-to gig; modeling!
Quite a few Hollywood kids are fortunate enough to have been blessed by their mom and dad’s good looks, so why not make the most out of their genetic privileges? Here are some male models with famous parents, so prepare for a lot of eye-candy!
We kick things off with Scott Eastwood. He’s of course the son of Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood. While dad’s good looks have faded a bit over the decades, Scott’s are still very visible. And it seems fashion houses have noticed this too – after all, how can they not? The hunk has been seen in ads for Davidoff and Hugo Boss. On top of that, he’s also became an established actor, with roles in multiple blockbuster movies. Come to think of it, it looks like there are few things this handsome star can’t do.
Quote: Scott Eastwood
“I worked as a construction worker when I was putting myself through college in my early twenties. I worked many jobs. Bartender, a vallet.”
And we’re on to the Beckhams. With parents as beautiful as David and Victoria, it would really suck if their kids turned out to be hideous. Fortunately for sons Brooklyn and Romeo, they’ve got nothing to complain about. Romeo already modeled for Burberry when he was just 13 years old. But it’s especially Brooklyn who’s found his way into the limelight. Not only does he have millions of followers on Instagram, he also dated Chloe Grace Moretz and has modeled for some of the biggest brands in the world.
It probably isn’t very surprising to hear that Pamela Anderson’s kiddos are really good looking too. After all, mum was pretty much the hottest thing going back in her ‘Baywatch’ days. And we’d definitely like to see her son Brandon Thomas Lee walk the beach shirtless holding a red surfboard. We’d almost go as far as to fake a drowning, just to score that CPR. Sadly though, he’s probably too busy walking various runways.
Next we’re on to Anwar Hadid. With supermodel Yolanda for a mum and gorgeous sisters Bella and Gigi, it was a logical step for their younger sibling to turn to modeling too. It’s pretty much what they do in that family.
Then there’s Max Irons, Jeremy’s son. Just calling him a model doesn’t really do him justice, as he’s also made a respectable acting career for himself and even served as a jury member at the Zurich Film Festival. With his pretty face we doubt he needed that last name at all to make it as a model, but it probably didn’t hurt either.
Quote: Max Irons
“Fortunately, he gave me a pretty normal upbringing. I wasn’t being dragged around film sets or parties or anything like that. He is a really normal guy. When he comes from a holiday, he just goes out into his garden. That’s what makes him happy. So, I just went about doing it my way. He backed off, he didn’t give me too much advise. He just let me do it. And hopefully, the more I work, the more it won’t be an issue.”
When you’ve dated Miley Cyrus for a while, there’s probably little reason to be afraid to look in the mirror. Patrick Schwarzenegger might not be as famous as his daddy Arnold, but he’s definitely a lot more pleasant to look at. Just like Scott Eastwood and Max Irons, Patrick too has tried his chops at acting, but if that doesn’t work out we’d have no problem just drooling over the handsome hunk of eye-candy in fashion ads.
Other notable entries include Jude’s son Rafferty Law, 007’s kid Dylan Brosnan, Val Kilmer’s offspring Jack, Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis whose father answers to the name Daniel, and Gary Oldman’s kiddo Charlie.
The last celebrity child we’d like to pay tribute to is Sire Jackson. At just 2 years old, 50 Cent’s boy landed a $700,000 modeling contract. We’re not quite sure what to make of it, but that’s got to be one good looking toddler!