The Daily Beast reports that a provocative new ad for Hudson Jeans features Patrick Schwarzenegger posing shirtless. But the oldest son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver’s oldest son is hardly the firststar child to take up modeling.
From Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet’s daughter Zoe to Ernest Hemingway’s great- granddaughter Dree, check out this slideshow for more celebrity offspring who became famous faces of their own.
After beginning her modeling career at age two, Daisy Lowe (pictured at left)—daughter of singer-songwriter turned fashion designer Pearl Lowe—has gone on to pose for the covers of Tatler, Vogue, GQ, Marie Claire, and Interview, and walk runways for Nanette Lepore, Charlotte Ronson, and Vivienne Westwood, among others. When she was 14, Lowe learned through a scandalous paternity test that her father is rocker Gavin Rossdale (now married to Gwen Stefani), but she’s refused to let the drama get to her. “Most of the time it doesn’t have an effect on my life,” the 21-year-old told Gigwise at 16. “It’s annoying when teachers say they’ve read things about me, and my head of year takes me aside and asks if I’m all right. But you’ve got to deal with it. There’s no point going to cry in the toilet.”
Los Angelenos won’t be able to miss the new face of Hudson Jeans: Patrick Schwarzenegger (pictured in center), the 17-year-old son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, has posed shirtless on a steamy new billboard overlooking Sunset Boulevard. “My mom raised me with the idea of doing public service, and I definitely want to go in that direction,” the aspiring model and cofounder of the Project360 fashion charity told Details. “But I also want to follow in my dad’s entrepreneurial footsteps.”
Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet’s 22-year-old daughter Zoe Kravitz, (pictured at left), is best known for her roles in X-Men: First Classand The Brave One, but she’s also a model. She was the face of Vera Wang’s Princess fragrance in 2009 and the Preppy Princess variation in 2011, and she’s glammed it up for Elle magazine. One label she isn’t comfortable with? “It” girl. “All that ‘It Girl’ shit makes me kind of uncomfortable,” Kravitz told ASOS Magazine. “I’m only at the beginning of my career, but I feel successful in that I haven’t sold out in any way, shape or form… Fame has become this obsession for people, which kind of creeps me out.”
Image credits: Daisy Lowe (BIBA/Getty Images), Patrick Schwarzenegger (Wenn/Newscom), Zoe Kravitz (Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)