Actress Liz Hurley has banned her young son from watching films starring ex-boyfriend Hugh Grant, because they contain too much bad language.
The actor is the god father of Hurley's son Damian, but because of her embargo the seven-year-old cannot watch any of his films, reported Daily Mail online.
But the youngster is a fan of his mother's films and can recite all her lines from the 1997 spy spoof Austin Powers.
"We're always trying to find something that Uncle Hugh has done that he can see, but they're full of swear words. He can't watch Four Weddings And A Funeral. He can't watch About A Boy. It's quite difficult trying to find stuff for kids," said Hurley who is married to Indian businessman Arun Nayar.
Damian was born after a brief relationship with Hollywood film producer Steve Bing, but the actress is proud of her son and he loves all his mother's films.
"I wouldn't really watch anything that I'm in, but because of Damian, I've seen Austin Powers thousands of times. He knows all my lines, he can describe all my costumes, all my hairstyles, he knows which ones are wigs. And Bedazzled he loves. He loves me being the devil," she said.
Hurley has remained close to Grant despite their split ten years ago after a 13-year relationship. Grant even went on holiday to the Seychelles with Damian, Liz and her husband.