With her brooding good looks, she is the image of Michael Hutchence, her rock icon dad.
So it is little wonder two of the top modelling agencies are eager to sign up Tiger Lily Hutchence-Geldof.
But 17-year-old Tiger is not interested in the limelight.
She prefers to focus on her exam results, getting into drama school and her guilty pleasure – listening to Olly Murs.
And friends say that delights Sir Bob Geldof, who brought her up as his own after the tragic deaths of Hutchence and her mother Paula Yates.
Tiger was just 16 months when her father killed himself in a Sydney hotel.
And she was four in 2000 when Paula, the wife who left Bob for Hutchence, died of a heroin overdose in London.
Boomtown Rats rocker Geldof decided to take little Tiger into his home and raise her with the three daughters he had with Paula – Fifi Trixibelle, Peaches and Pixie.
He also vowed to protect her from the showbusiness world in which her parents had lived and bring her up to be a normal girl.
He seems to have succeeded.
A picture posted on the social media site Instagram last week by Peaches shows a stunning, confident young woman with a happy glint in her eye.
A family friend said: “Bob has been careful to ensure Tiger is brought up to avoid the pitfalls of fame, unlike Peaches and Pixie.
“He is tough on her. He wants to do Paula the honour of bringing up her daughter away from the media spotlight.
“She has already been approached by the Storm and Next agencies. Tiger is a brilliant actress and wants to go to drama school.
“She is brilliantly sociable and a real head-turner. She has huge potential for a successful career.
“Right now Bob isn’t sure he wants her to go down that route.
“He doesn’t want her to be reading gossip. He wants to keep things as quiet as possible for her for as long as he can.
“But she could slip into the modelling and fashion world easily.”
INXS star Hutchence and TV presenter Paula first met on Channel 4 music show The Tube.
But they famously began their romance when she interviewed him in flirty fashion on her bed on Channel 4’s Big Breakfast show in January 1995.
Tiger Lily was born in 1996, the year before her father died aged 37.
Despite her traumatic early life, friends of the Geldofs say she is a “beautifully polite and lovely young lady”.
And Sir Bob is said to be very proud of the teenager, who has also inherited an amazing singing voice.
Her lack of interest in fame so far is in stark contrast to Peaches, 24, and Pixie, 23.
Both were fixtures on the London party circuit and lived their lives in the spotlight.
But Fifi, 30, opted for a more private existence, taking an office job at a London PR agency.
She is too small to be a catwalk model but her “look” would suit a major brand advertising campaign.
As an actress, she is said to prefer small indie roles on stage or low budget movies rather than a high profile career.
She is so keen to stay out of the limelight that she will often refuse to tell people her real name.
All this suits protective Sir Bob.
Another source revealed that he has imposed a 9pm curfew on Tiger, even during the annual Geldof family holiday in Majorca.
And she has to take her homework to the sunshine isle.
But Tiger is said to be exceptionally popular and surrounded by a circle of adoring friends.
A well-informed pal said: “Tiger is the bohemian chick of the family. She is totally free-spirited and is barefoot most of the time.
“Her magnetism is just brilliant. She is the popular kid everyone wants to know.
“But Bob is kindly tough on her. Unlike many kids her age, Tiger isn’t allowed to roam the streets.
“She spends time at home with her friends, in a lovely, homely environment that Bob and his long-term partner Jeanne Marine have created.”
Tiger is close to all her sisters but it is from Peaches she has learned valuable lessons.
Friends say Tiger has watched Peaches suffer from the fame resulting from being open about who her parents were.
Tiger is determined not to be seen as a rock star’s brat child and had a part time job working in a vintage clothes shop alongside her studies at her £15,000-a-year school in South London.
Peaches, Pixie and Fifi are immensely proud of her and have given her guidance she has clearly listened to.
A friend explained: “Tiger has watched Peaches go through hell by throwing herself out there as Paula’s daughter.
“The girls talk a lot, they are very honest and open with each other.
“Tiger has a good brain and has been given a lot of examples of how not to do things.
“Tiger seemed the most tragic child of them all because of the circumstances of her birth and then losing her dad and mum in the most awful of ways.
“But the reality is she has been the lucky one. She has had great nannies and her sisters have been like a ring of steel around her.”
Tiger has also been heavily influenced by French actress Jeanne, the woman who took on the role of being her mother.
She idolises the Braveheart star, who has been Sir Bob’s partner for more than ten years. They live in South-West London.
Jeanne was with Tiger throughout her formative years and people close to the family say Paula could not have wished for a more incredible replacement to raise her daughter.
The friend said: “Tiger and Jeanne have been inseparable.
“Tiger has also taken on Jeanne’s ‘boho’ style and is now blossoming into a beautiful women with an amazing sense of style.”
But all friends make it clear that Tiger has never forgotten her tragic real mother, who was only 41 when she died.
All four of her daughters have been given a piece of jewellery that had belonged to her.
Tiger has a large diamond ring which she wears often and with pride.
But she knows she owes much to Sir Bob’s determination to raise her, so she could grow up with her sisters.
It could not have been an easy decision, considering his devastation when Paula left him for Hutchence.
In 2011, a full 16 years after his late wife had ended their marriage, Bob revealed he was so depressed at the time that he had to draw up a list of reasons to live.
There was only one thing on the list – the children.
One major thing that Tiger has in common with Sir Bob is a love of all things musical.
So much so that she has been begging him to let her go to Glastonbury for years.
So far he has banned her from going.
But now he is gently preparing to let her find her place in the world, it looks like Tiger’s Glasto tickets may finally be in the post.