Tuesday 9 June 2015

Clint attends Alison Eastwood's The Art For Animals Fundraiser Art Event At De Re Gallery

Meet the Eastwoods! Alison is supported by famous father Clint and siblings Scott and Francesca as she hosts animal fundraiser.

Clint Eastwood is best known for his hard-nosed roles in Dirty Harry, Unforgiven, Rawhide and Gran Torino.

But the 85-year-old actor showed his softer side as he supported his daughter Alison as she hosted The Art For Animals Fundraiser event in Los Angeles on Friday night.
The 43-year-old actress was also joined by half-siblings Scott and Francesca at the event held at the De Re Gallery in West Hollywood. The event benefited the Eastwood Ranch foundation.
Alison cuddled up with her 29-year-old brother and 21-year-old sister as they posed for a cute snap together at the event.
The host of the event even posed for a shot with her legendary father as she wrapped her arm around him while they posed in front of a few of the art pieces.
Alison stunned in an intricately patterned sleeveless blue and white maxi dress along with a pair of heels.
Her blonde locks were worn down flowing over her shoulders as she had her evening make-up done perfectly finished off with a swipe of dark red lip.
Clint looked handsome in a navy blue blazer over a dark blue dress shirt, shiny black tie and khaki trousers.

The father and daughter had a cute moment at the end of the night as Alison walked the Million Dollar Baby actor to his car as they shared a laugh before he hopped in.
The Eastwoods were not the only stars in attendance as Magic Mike actor Channing Tatum was spotted at the charity event hanging out with the gallery owner Steph Sebbag and photographer Brian Bowen Smith.

There might have been a little awkwardness at the event, however, as Clint's ex flame Frances Fisher was also in attendance.

The 63-year-old British-born actress is the mother of Francesca and shard a relationship with The Good, The Bad And The Ugly actor for a few years in the early Nineties before splitting up in 1995.

Clint still remained friends with Frances after their split, however, as they even worked together on 1999 film True Crime.
The event featured art by Jackson, Alison Van Pelt, Billy Zane, Jennifer Glassman, Sacy Poitras, Ignat Ignatov and other De Re Gallery artists.

Please visit the Eastwood Ranch Foundation HERE