A host of British rock celebrity offspring have appeared together in a cool new shoot for i-D magazine, chatting about what they want to do when they grow up. Everyone from Anais Gallagher to Betty Lowe feature in the article, with the kids ranging from ages nine to 19.
So whose child is whose? And are these the rock stars of tomorrow?
First up there's the 15-year-old daughter of Meg Mathews and Noel Gallagher, Anais Gallagher, (above) who recently appeared in an ad campaign for Accessorize. She's also a student and presenter/style advisor for Friday Download on CBBC.
And it's TV she sees herself working in, telling the magazine, "I have started presenting and interviewing bands and I honestly love it. I suppose something to do with TV. I love making short films so maybe along that line, or even directing."
Then there's former All Saints star Melanie Blatt's daughter, Lilyella Zender-Blatt, 16, whose dad was the bassist in Jamiroquai's band.
She shows a sense of self-deprecating humour saying, "I go to school, sing, play video games and write pretentious angst-poetry," adding, "predictably I want to be a rockstar."
Ace Billy Howlett, the 10-year-old son of All Saints star Natalie Appleton and The Prodigy star Liam Howlett, is the only boy in the feature. A photogenic young chap, he says he wants to be a photographer when he grows up, but time will tell if he actually ends up in front of the camera, too.
The youngest of the children to feature is nine-year-old Betty Lowe, the daughter of Pearl Lowe and Supergrass' Danny Goff.
Looking fashionable posing in a leopard-print coat, Daisy Lowe's half sister says she already knows she wants to be an actress when she's older.
See all the celebrity offspring from the shoot in our gallery below: