AceShowbiz - Ewan McGregor's daughter has stolen attention with her bravery. Having managed to hit a red carpet after a dog bit her in the face, Clara McGregor earned praises from her fans and friends on social media.
Making use of Instagram, the 25-year-old let out a series of pictures from the June 11 premiere of the film "The Birthday Cake" at The Mob Museum in Las Vegas. The snaps showed her posing in front of cameras as her bite wounds were on full display. One snap, meanwhile, saw her in a hospital room.
In the caption, Clara wrote, "When a dog bite lands you in the ER 30 mins before the red carpet." She further noted, "Thank you @themobmuseum for having us, @thebirthdaycakemovie comes out in theaters and on VOD June 18th! @pgdm @swindled717 @sienaoberman congratulations!! thank you @fendi for the suit."
Clara's post has since been flooded with compliments from many of her famous pals. One in particular was Kaia Gerber who exclaimed, "You're so bada**." Liz Jenkins added, "Oh nooo! still a stunner. But I'm so sorry that happened." Jeremy Allen White then chimed in, "Looks tough."
Dog bite aside, Clara served as co-producer of "The Birthday Cake". The crime drama film itself stars her famous father Ewan, David Mazouz, Val Kilmer, Ashley Benson, Shiloh Fernandez, Lorraine Bracco and Penn Badgley.
Clara is the oldest child of Ewan and ex-wife Eve Mavrakis, whom he divorced in 2018 after 22 years of marriage. The former couple also shares three other daughters including 20-year-old Jamyan, 19-year-old Esther and 10-year-old Anouk.
Back in 2019, Clara slammed her father publicly for leaving her mother to date his "Fargo" co-star, Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Taking to Twitter, she shared a picture of her mum during a family trip and captioned it, "my mother, ladies & gentlemen * 50 is the new 30 apparently."
A fan later jokingly suggested that Clara keep her mum away from any of the former's future boyfriends. In response to the comment, she replied, "Nah I keep her away from a**hole men who leave my goddess of a mother."