Those brows and cheekbones are certainly familiar. They’re probably the most famous in the world of film, but they don’t belong to who you think.
We had to a double take because Daniel Day Lewis and his 20-year old son are the image of one another.
Instead of gracing our screens with his fabulous good looks, Gabriel is turning his efforts to music and modelling. With those chiselled features we are not at all surprised.
Gabriel, the son of Daniel, 58, and mum Isabelle Adjani, 60, made an appearance at the Vogue Paris Foundation Gala yesterday evening.
The resemblance was made even more striking when we couldn’t help but notice that Gabriel’s navy suit with black lapels was very similar to the one Daniel wore to the Academy Awards in 2013 when he picked up his award for Lincoln.
The young model has already got quite a following on social media with his Instagram page boasting just over 10,000 followers.
Over the last few days he’s treated them to some impressive snaps as he hung out with some very familiar faces. Rubbing shoulders with the likes of Marc Jacobs, Karlie Kloss and John Legend, Gabriel seems like he fits right in with the celebrity crowd.
Quite a bit different from his famously private father who is rumoured to have broken up with Gabriel’s mother by fax in 1995.
The model made headlines in 2013 when a video surfaced of him rapping about the troubles his famous last name have given him, and marijuana. The rap was called Green Auras and included the line "Call me Gabe Day and not Gabe Day-Lewis… Cause if you're trying to call me out, I'm about to Gabe Day Lose-It."
Now Gabriel is more likely to be seen walking the runway in Paris. He’s already walked for Alfred Dunhill and the Chanel Haute Couture show, and he counts his mum (nwaaaa!) as his biggest fan.
Aside from the rap video, not much is known about Gabriel’s relationship with his father, aside from a very sweet Instagram post he wrote on Father’s Day last year which read:
"Happy father's to the most compassionate, supportive and loving dad I could ever possibly ask for. We've stuck together through thick and thin but you never lost faith in the strength that our relationship is made up of. I'll miss you this summer. Thank you for making me feel like I am worthy of the incredible bond that we have. I'm proud to be your [son] and more importantly, call you my father."