Just as the daughters of famous people are invariably classified as "models," so it goes with the sons. A failure in the fight against nepotism is a victory in the battle to celebrate male beauty. Or something. Meet Jeremy Irons's son. Jeremy Irons he's not, although he'd probably have a broader appeal. Now we know what skin products he uses, and (could they have driven this point home any more thoroughly?) that he's straight. I can't decide if we should consider this sort of thing progress.