Damian Hurley, 18, ditches his locks for a bald cap in shirtless snap

He is following in his mother’s fashionable footsteps after he signed with IMG Models last year.

And Damian Hurley took things up a notch as he sported a bald cap for a new project on Sunday.

In a snap shared to Instagram, the son of actress Elizabeth Hurley, 18, swapped his glossy locks for a shaven look as he posed shirtless for his outdoor photoshoot.

'This is prosthetics for a new project': Damian Hurley took things up a notch as he sported a bald cap for a new project on Sunday

‘This is prosthetics for a new project’: Damian Hurley took things up a notch as he sported a bald cap for a new project on Sunday

Showcasing his toned abs, the model teamed just a pair of white boxers by Calvin Klein with baggy trousers as he held onto a camera. 

The social media star admitted he’s ‘tempted’ to ditch his regular tresses as he captioned his image: ‘Update lol: i love u guys so much hahaha but I’m not bald.

‘this is prosthetics for a new project lmao but thank u for the cute comments ♥️ tempted to do it for real now.’ (sic) 

Regular appearance: The son of actress Elizabeth Hurley, 18, is known for his shiny brunette locks (pictured last year)

Regular appearance: The son of actress Elizabeth Hurley, 18, is known for his shiny brunette locks (pictured last year) 

'Tempted to do it for real now!' The social media star insisted he might chop off his tresses in the future

‘Tempted to do it for real now!’ The social media star insisted he might chop off his tresses in the future

The celebrity offspring and his actress mother Liz embraced a ‘very quiet’ Christmas with their close family due to nationwide COVID-19 restrictions. 

In a festive snap the mother and son co-ordinated in red Christmas jumpers on, as they tried to spot Jupiter and Saturn in the night sky.

The model, 55, looked effortlessly stunning in an outdoor snap as she shared a glimpse of her Christmas activities with her social media followers. 

The post comes after details of his late father Steve Bing’s will emerged, among them the claim that he had disinherited his two children, Damian and Kira Kerkorian, due to it being drawn up before their births. 

Close: Late last year, the celebrity offspring and his actress mother Liz, 55, embraced a 'very quiet' Christmas with their close family due to nationwide COVID-19 restrictions

Close: Late last year, the celebrity offspring and his actress mother Liz, 55, embraced a ‘very quiet’ Christmas with their close family due to nationwide COVID-19 restrictions

The multi-millionaire took his own life aged 55 last June, jumping from his 27th floor apartment in Los Angeles.

Steve, who received a $600million inheritance from his grandfather when he turned 18, had his will drawn up in 2001 – before he knew Kira had been born and while Elizabeth was pregnant.

Kira, 21, his daughter with former tennis star Lisa Bonder, is said to be fighting for control of his estate that was valued at just $337,000, according to documents obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com.

Although Bing notes Elizabeth was expecting a child, he declares in his will: ‘Whether or not such child is mine, it is my intention not to provide in this Will for such child (or any other child as to which I may be the father) in this Will or for the offspring of any such child or children, whether now living or hereafter born. 

The Shangri-La Entertainment founder later formed relationships with both Damian and Kira, even fighting for them to be included in their grandfather’s trust last year.

Prior to his death, he had an estimated net worth of $590 million, according to various reports. While his estate was valued at $337,000 – his properties were not included in that evaluation.

If you have been affected by this story, you can call the Samaritans on 116 123 or visit www.samaritans.org. 

Tragic: Damian's multi-millionaire father Steve Bing took his own life aged 55 last June, jumping from his 27th floor apartment in Los Angeles (pictured in 2006)

Tragic: Damian’s multi-millionaire father Steve Bing took his own life aged 55 last June, jumping from his 27th floor apartment in Los Angeles (pictured in 2006)

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