Liz Hurley and son Damian Charles at Macmillan Dog Day

07/05/2007 at 08:03 AM ET

DamianLiz Hurley and son, Damian Charles Hurley, 5, attended Macmillan Dog Day at London’s Royal Hospital Chelsea, on Tuesday. Damian’s father is Steve Bing. His godparents include Elton John and Liz’s ex, Hugh Grant.

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elisabeth on

I have never seen a picture of him with his father. Does he see his father? or does Liz have full custody?

Sarah’s note: Not sure. He denied him for a long time, but finally met him in ’04 when Damian was 2. At that time he said he expects to see him much more in the future, but we haven’t really heard anything since.

IsabelI on

Elisabeth – I was wondering the same thing. I have seen his father and he is a totally mini-me of his father. I hope he is in contact with his son especially since he looks exactly like him. I think no matter how things begun with Steve Bing, denying he was the father in the beginning, he should “step up” and be there for his son.

Grayson's Girl on

It’s almost a karmic joke that the poor boy looks just like his father. I hope Bing feels like a monumental idiot for denying the boy, especially in such a distasteful and pubic way. Hopefully Elizabeth’s husband is doing what he wouldn’t. It takes a bigger man to love a child who is not biologically his anyway. He came on the scene wanting to be with Elizabeth and Damien so they’re both better off.

What in the world is wrong with these grown men acting like idiots when it comes to paternity? It’s easy sex= possible baby, if you have doubts go about it quietly for the sake of the children. There’s no need to publicize these things.

Gabriella on

That child looks exactly like his dad.

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