Damian Hurley

Damian Hurley channels his mother in stunning makeup campaign

The teen clearly gets it from his mother

It runs in the family! Damian Hurley landed his first major makeup campaign with Pat McGrath labs. Elizabeth Hurley’s 17-year-old son shared the news and the stunning photo with his followers. “So excited to show you guys something secret I’ve been working on with the divine @patmcgrathreal !! Shot by #SteveMeisel , here’s #SublimePerfection : available in stores 7.26. 19” Damian is a spitting image of his mother as he gazes into the camera. The teen wears a leather jacket and white undershirt. The star of the photo is his long brown tresses that take centerstage as they blow in the wind.

Damian Hurley channels his mother in latest campaign for Pat McCrath

The makeup mogul couldn’t get enough of the image. Pat celebrated the caption. “SIMPLY SKINGENIUS FEAST YOUR EYES ON THE DIVINE @damianhurley.” It’s clear that Damian inherited his mother’s love for the camera. The teen was signed to Tess Model Management and has appeared in a series of spreads throughout his career. He also starred alongside his mother on the popular E! series The Royals. Damian has always had the desire to follow in his mother’s footsteps. When he was younger, he would accompany her on set and help her and other members of the crew run lines.

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Still, the 54-year-old The Royals star shared that their bond is unbreakable. ‘I rather think I’ve simply been blessed with a child whose personality gels with mine,’ she told You magazine. ‘Friends who have several children always admit, although they love them all equally, inevitably there’s one whose personality mirrors their own and they “get” each other better. It’s definitely nature not nurture."

The model is Elizabeth Hurley's only child 

All the photos and the roles are important to the mother-son duo, but it’s the way she presents her son to the world that makes a difference. "I wanted to bring up a really nice boy, and he is self-reliant and confident around adults but he can’t cook properly yet which is a major failing on my part," she said. "I hate boys who can’t even rustle up lamb chops with mashed potato, so it’s the next thing we need to tackle. I think we’ll start with an omelette. I love my son completely but I do realise I can only prepare him for life, I can’t control the world.”

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