Liz Hurley’s son directed her in Strictly Confidential sex scene

Liz is featuring in the film, while her son Damian is directing it. (Getty)

Liz Hurley is starring in a new erotic thriller, Strictly Confidential, which her son is directing. Understandably, the internet is shook. 

Damian has cast the actor-come-model as Lily in his debut feature film Strictly Confidential including lesbian sex scenes, and all.

The trailer for the movie landed on 28 February, and featured the 58-year-old engaging in a steamy lesbian love scene, in which she gets it on with Pear Chiravara’s character, Natasha.

The two women are portrayed sharing a passionate kiss before Natasha makes her way down Lily’s neck, chest, and lower body as the older woman throws her head back in pleasure. Bear in mind that Hurley’s 21-year-old son is behind this scene, though.

Let’s just say that viewers have had some erm thoughts about the scene, and quickly took to X (formerly Twitter) to share. 

“I think it’s really weird to be watching your mum do this,” wrote one person, while another said: “She’s a beautiful woman.  It’s also peak Roman Empire for a kid to be directing mom in soft-core porn.”

“Nepotism is taking an even darker turn…,” quipped a third. 

Damian revealed that his mum had kept her promise about being in his first feature film, a vow which culminated when he was just a child. 

The up-and-coming director shared a slew of behind-the-scenes photos to Instagram at the time, and said: “Everyone involved deserves public declarations of adoration (all of which will come in due course) but right now I want to worship @ElizabethHurley1 who, during the making of my first ever short film back in 2010 (when I was 8) promised me she’d be in my first feature; true to her word, the minute this film was greenlit, Mama dropped everything and raced out to the beautiful Caribbean to help. Working together was a dream.”

Elizabeth also starred in a short film by Damian, 2022’s The Boy on the Beach.

Strictly Confidential is set to be released on 5 April in select cinemas, and will also be made available on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, and other platforms.

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