Surely making her four parents proud, Daisy Lowe graces the cover of Playboy's September issue.
The model and girl-about-town chatted with the lads' mag in a London cafe, where she attracted so much attention the reporter describes her as "a purple elephant in the room."
Lest that sound like an unflattering comment about Lowe's figure, Daisy shares a few gems with readers that let us know that she doesn't harbor a shred of insecurity when it comes to her body (as if the photos weren't telling enough):
"I'm more comfortable in my underwear than anywhere else...You don't have to worry about how to dress your shape. It's just there."
If you're feeling jealous of this gal's total body confidence, learn from her example. Daisy tells the magazine:
"It's flattering that men think I could be sexy. I would like it if taking my clothes off made other women feel they can do the same."
We shouldn't be surprised by what sounds like the typical assuredness of a rock star child. Lowe was born to musician-turned-designer Pearl Lowe, who raised her daughter with British drummer Danny Goffey of Supergrass.
But when Lowe was 15, she learned her dad was not Goffey but rather Gavin Rossdale, lead singer of the band Bush and husband to superstar Gwen Stefani. Now she's got two pairs of moms and pops who may not be pleased by the very NSFW spread.
Lowe already has taken it off for a few glossies, including a racy Esquire shoot she later said she regretted.
"It felt like a really dirty one-night stand the next morning," Lowe said about the Esquire UK spread back in February. "I made a choice after that to go 'clothes on.'"
We hate to break it to you, Daisy, but this Playboy shoot is pretty much as "clothes off" as it gets.