Bono's actress daughter Eve Hewson is gorgeous in green lingerie for sultry GQ shoot
Actress Eve Hewson is marking her most successful year with a sexy spread in GQ Magazine.
The 24-year-old daughter of Bono and Ali Hewson has seen her star soar in 2015, landing a number of high profile roles and marked her rising star with a feature in the men's magazine's October issue.
Wearing an emerald green Agent Provocateur corset and Missoni bodysuit, she confidently poses for the camera in the pictures, shot exclusively for GQ by Bjorn Iooss.
In a teaser of the interview, she said that while she's thrilled with her Irish roots having been born and raised in Dublin, she would have preferred to not live across the road from an Irish bar in her adopted home of New York in Brooklyn's painfully hip Williamsburg area.
But the single starlet, who features in tv series The Knick opposite Clive Owen and stars in the yet to be released Bridge of Spies opposite Tom Hanks and directed by Steven Spielberg, said she still doesn't believe's she's famous enough to be recognised.
"It freaks me out,” she said when asked about being considered a celebrity. “I’m going to have to start behaving in public. I think I have a ‘blur face.’ I assume no one will recognize or remember me.”
The young film star, who had her big break starring alongside Sean Penn in This Must Be The Place in 2011, has already carved out a successful career in the industry and is determined not to be known simply because her father is U2's Bono.
"There's the cliche of the celebrity kid with a fragrance and a handbag line and they design jewellery on the side and maybe dabble in acting," she said.
"I've always been very particular about the fact that [acting] is the one thing I want to do."
She previously said that having the Dublin rock star as her dad hasn't necessarily helped her in Hollywood.
"What's great about Hollywood is that it is so cut-throat, and it really f**king doesn't matter who you are. If you're not right for the part, you're not right the part," she said.