Andy ScottTheir parents have some of the most aesthetic genes on the planet, so it only makes sense that these celebrity daughters grew up to be beautiful and bright. Fair warning: this post is about to make you feel really, really really old. Set your sights on our original video above or read on below.
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Reese Witherspoon's oldest daughter, Ava Phillippe, has become the spitting image of her Oscar-winning mother. Witherspoon gushed about her 16-year-old daughter to Us Weekly in 2016, admitting, "She's so much cooler than I am! She's very cutting-edge, and she knows a lot about fashion, and she has her own sense of style, which is amazing." In fact, she's so cool, Witherspoon says she consults her on what to wear our. "We try to kind of confer about new styles," she said. "She tells me whether or not I can wear things."
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Eminem's daughter, Hailie—you know, the one he rapped about on "Hailie's Song" in 2002—has become so attractive, she makes headlines just by changing her Twitter profile photo. Even better: she's also got brains to back up her good looks. The high school homecoming queen, who'll turn 20 in 2016, is reportedly attending Michigan State University. According to E! News, she finished high school with a 3.9 GPA and said she owes her success to her parents, who "pushed me to be the person I am and have given me all the support to achieve what I have."
In March 2016, Madonna's daughter, Lourdes Leon, made her modeling debut as one of the faces for Stella McCartney's Pop perfume line. In the campaign, Leon—who apparently goes by "Lola" now—is sporting long lilac hair instead of her typical black locks. She also shows off tattoos on her fingers that read "Mom" and "Dad."
"The campaign marks the first time that the 19-year-old has willfully stepped into the spotlight, after a life spent carefully limiting her contact with the paparazzi and mainstream media," reported Vogue. Leon said she liked the fragrance line's message of self-acceptance. "I go through this struggle myself, [where] women's bodies have been made so public that everyone feels like they need to comment," she said. "I love when someone doesn't pretend to be someone they are not."
It should come as no surprise that Kaia Gerber, daughter of supermodel Cindy Crawford, already has Vogue wondering if she's modeling's next big thing. Gerber has landed photo shoots with the likes of Steven Meisel and Mario Testino. In February 2016, at age 14, she followed in the footsteps of Gigi Hadid and Suki Waterhouse by posing for the luxury accessories brand Chrome Hearts. If her mom's career is any indication, we have a feeling Gerber will be catching our eye for decades to come.
Another celebrity kid who grew up to become a model: Ireland Baldwin, aka the daughter of actress Kim Basinger and actor Alec Baldwin. Now signed to DT Model Management—which, coincidentally, also reps Dylan Penn—the former IMG Model has graced the pages of W, Vanity Fair and Elle. Unfortunately, Baldwin's foray into the spotlight has not been a smooth one. She spent a few weeks in rehab in 2015, at age 19, for what People magazine described as "emotional trauma."
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Maya Thurman-Hawke, the daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke, is living the life of every teenage fashionista's dreams. In 2015, at age 16, she stunned at the CFDA Fashion Awards in a floral Zac Posen gown and even attended the event as the designer's big date. Thurman-Hawke is also reported to be pursuing an acting career. According to Variety, director Sofia Coppola walked away from the live-action Little Mermaid reboot after the studio wouldn't let her cast Thurman-Hawke in the lead. Damn, this kid is already wielding a lot of Tinseltown influence.
Eve Hewson, who plays young nurse Lucy Elkins on Cinemax's The Knick, is actually the daughter of U2 frontman Bono. The rocker's kid, who'll turn 25 in 2016, is already proving she can stand on her own two feet. In addition to the Emmy-nominated TV series, Hewson has appeared in big-name movies Bridge of Spies and Enough Said. She's also set to play Maid Marian in Robin Hood: Origins, opposite Taron Egerton and Jamie Foxx, due out in 2017.