'Favourite men in my life': Damian Hurley pays tribute to father figures including Hugh Grant and Elton John two years after dad Steve Bing's death
The 20-year-old model's biological father Steve Bing was absent from the album.
The multi-millionaire, 55, took his own life in June 2020, jumping from his 27th floor apartment in Los Angeles.
Special: Damian Hurley paid tribute to several father figures including Hugh Grant in a sweet Instagram snap to mark Father's Day on Sunday
Damian, who is the son of actress Elizabeth Hurley, included entrepreneur Arun Nayar, late cricket star Shane Warne, designer Patrick Cox and Elton's husband David Furnish in the collage.
Uploading the images for his 136,000 followers, he wrote: Happy 'Fathers’ Day to my beautiful Dad and some favourite men in my life ! so much love to all.'
Damian's mother Elizabeth first met Notting Hill star Hugh, 61, in 1987 and dated for 13 years before breaking up in 2000.
RIP: Multi-millionaire Steve Bing took his own life in June 2020, jumping from his 27th floor apartment in Los Angeles
She went on to date businessman Arun, 57, and the couple got married in 2007 before breaking up four years later.
The swimwear designer soon found love with cricket legend Shane Warne who she described as her 'lionheart'.
The sports star died of a suspected heart attack at the age of 52 in March while on holiday in Koh Samui, Thailand.
Sir Elton John is the godfather of Damian while his long term partner David, plays a huge part in the runway star's life.
Damian also included a picture of his mother's good friend and shoe designer Patrick Cox who has also played an important role in his life.
Close: Sir Elton John is the godfather of Liz's son Damian
Sweet: David Furnish, 59, plays a huge part in the runway star's life
Love of her life: Damian's mum Liz found love with cricket legend Shane Warne who she described as her 'lionheart'
Damian was born after an 18-month relationship between entrepreneur Steve and actress Elizabeth in the early 2000s, before the pair split amid a bitter paternity row.
While it had been reported that Steve never met his son, Elizabeth also took to social media after his death to say they had grown close in recent times and had spoken on his 18th birthday.
Two years ago, details of Damian's late father's will emerged, among them the claim that Steve had disinherited his two children, Damian and Kira Kerkorian, due to it being drawn up before their births.
Pals: Damian also included a picture of his mother's good friend and shoe designer Patrick Cox
Ex files: She went on to date businessman Arun, 57, getting married in 2007 before breaking up four years later
Respect: Uploading the images for his 136,000 followers, he wrote: Happy 'Fathers’ Day to my beautiful Dad and some favourite men in my life ! so much love to all'
Steve, who received a $600million inheritance from his grandfather when he turned 18, had his will drawn up in 2001 - before he knew Kira had been born and while Elizabeth was pregnant.
Kira, 21, his daughter with former tennis star Lisa Bonder, is said to be fighting for control of his estate that was valued at just $337,000, according to documents obtained exclusively by MailOnline.
Although Steve notes Elizabeth was expecting a child, he declares in his will: 'Whether or not such child is mine, it is my intention not to provide in this Will for such child (or any other child as to which I may be the father) in this Will or for the offspring of any such child or children, whether now living or hereafter born.'
Love: Damian was born after an 18-month relationship between entrepreneur Steve and actress Elizabeth in the early 2000s, before the pair split amid a bitter paternity row
The Shangri-La Entertainment founder later formed relationships with both Damian and Kira, even fighting for them to be included in their grandfather's trust.
Prior to his death, he had an estimated net worth of $590 million, according to various reports. While his estate was valued at $337,000 - his properties were not included in that evaluation.
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'This is a strange and confusing time': Damian first broke his silence following the 'devastating news' with another sunset snap shared to his social media profile