On an extremely rare occasion, Julia Roberts and Danny Moder's daughter, Hazel Moder, has made her way to the spotlight. The celebrity kid has made her red carpet debut during the screening of Sean Penn's movie, "Flag Day," at the Cannes Film Festival.
Julia and Danny have opted for their children to have private lives. But knowing they are Hollywood royalties, it may be hard for them to avoid their fates.
Danny and Hazel walked the red carpet together. Sadly, Julia was nowhere to be seen.
The kid brought a major nostalgia with her '90s-like ensemble - donning a maxi, cream shirtdress paired with black Mary Janes. Her hair was kept in a simple ponytail, while she charmed everyone with her smile, alongside her dad, who was wearing a navy suit.
Hazel might have gotten her style from the red carpet master herself, her mom. Though either Danny or Julia is yet to weigh in on her red carpet debut, the couple are undoubtedly proud of their daughter.
Julia and Danny welcomed Hazel and her twin brother Phinnaeus in November 2004, E! News noted. They also have a younger son, named Henry, who was born in 2007.
The family has moved to New Mexico to be away from the noisy world of Hollywood. Anyhow, it looks like Hazel and Phinnaeus cannot escape the limelight.
They belong to a family of Hollywood royalty on their mom's side. Julia's brother, Eric Roberts, is an actor himself. Emma Roberts also happens to be her niece.
So, if their children decide to follow in their footsteps, it is only a matter of time until they can be seen either on the small or big screen. In fact, Hazel has already made her way into the movie world - playing a small role in Julie's 2016 movie, "Mother's Day."
Meanwhile, talking about family, "Flag Day," on which Danny served as cinematographer, is a Hollywood family affair itself, W Magazine noted. Aside from being directed and starred by Sean, it also featured his two children, Dylan and Hoppen Penn.
James Brolin's son, Josh Brolin, is also part of the movie, along with Regina King.
Danny used to be an assistant cameraman when he met Julia on the set of the 2001 movie "The Mexican." Now, he has been working as a cinematographer for a long time now and even got Emmy nominations for his own on Ryan Murphy's 2014 film "The Normal Heart."