There is no guessing how Ewan McGregors daughter feels about her fathers lover as she publicly called her a piece of trash.
Clara McGregor, 22, who Ewan shares with ex-wife Eve Mavraki, is clearly on her mothers side since her parents split.
And how can we tell?
Well, only by the scathing message she left on an Instagram fan page of actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead after the account shared a snap of the Fargo actress.
Writing underneath the photo which called Mary,33, beautiful, Clara wrote: Most beautiful and talented woman on earth? Oh man yall are delusional. The girl is a piece of trash x.
Talk about making your feelings very crystal clear.
Claras social media activity comes after Ewan sparked romance rumours with his Fargo co-star when they were spotted kissing last year and shortly afterwards Ewan split from his wife of 22-years.
And this isnt the first time the daughter of the pair has thrown cyber shade at her fathers new relationship.
In February she shared a photo of her as a youngster being cradled by her mother Eva, with father Ewans arm wrapped around her.
Its a picture-perfect snapshot of the 90s, as the Moulin Rouge actor sported a tres trendy leather jacket, with his long hair slicked back.
But it was the caption that caught fans attention as the model simply said Vingt-deux et nostalgique, which, when translated from French, means, Twenty-two and nostalgic.
Ewan then filed for divorce from Eve on 19 January this year, citing irreconcilable differences.
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Last October, just after Ewan was pictured kissing Mary, Clara cut her famous dad out of a photo while praising her mum Eva.
Posting just the crop of mum Eve, she wrote: How frickin gorgeous is my mama?? Strongest, smartest most loving woman I know. My rock.
There you have it guys – Clara, Queen of the not-so-subtle shade.
As well as Clara, Ewan and Eve have two other children: 15-year-old Esther Jamyan, 16 and 6-year-old Anouk.
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