Julia Roberts stands out as one of the few celebrities leading a relatively ordinary life. Her 19-year marriage to cinematographer Daniel Moder appears to be a source of great happiness for the couple.

The pair shares three children: 16-year-old twins Phinnaeus and Hazel, along with their 14-year-old son, Henry.

Both Roberts and Moder make a conscious effort to shield their children from public attention, resulting in rare appearances at public events or minimal presence on social media.

Nevertheless, Hazel was seen alongside her father at the Cannes Film Festival in France this July.

Their purpose was to promote the film “Flag Day,” where Moder served as the cinematographer, and Sean Penn directed.

Despite not having a role in the film like Penn’s children, Hazel attended the event to support her father’s work.

Hazel’s stunning beauty captured everyone’s attention.

While some argue she inherited her mother’s nose, many see a striking resemblance to her handsome father, making her attractiveness unsurprising. Hazel boasts blonde hair and blue eyes.

Dressed in a soft yellow, long lace gown paired with black Mary Jane heels, Hazel’s hair was pulled back into a ponytail, and her makeup was modest. A true picture of elegance!

Moder displayed evident pride in his daughter, spending the entire evening by her side.

Whether Hazel or her siblings harbor interests in pursuing careers in the film industry remains unknown, as their parents seldom discuss their children and prefer to keep them away from the limelight, reflecting Roberts’ down-to-earth nature.

Despite her substantial reported income of around $250 million, Roberts has never exhibited diva behavior and consistently maintained a humble demeanor.

In 2016, Hazel and her brothers took on minor roles in Roberts’ film “Mother’s Day.”

Discussing her children with Harper’s Bazaar in 2018, Roberts shared, “I don’t think they’ll ever understand (my fame). I think I told you once that when they started figuring it out, they were like, ‘You’re famous?’ And I said, ‘I think a lot of people might have seen the movie that I’m in or might know who I am.’”

She acknowledged the challenges today’s youngsters face, adding, “Danny and I have no idea what it’s like to be an adolescent today. When my children ask me questions, I just tell them, ‘I’m going to say no and check into it because I have no idea what we’re talking about.’”