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Ewan McGregor’s daughters come out as bisexual while criticizing Coachella

Ewan McGregor’s daughters come out as bisexual while criticizing Coachella

Esther McGregor, daughter of Ewan McGregor

Esther and Clara McGregor, the daughters of Scottish actor Ewan McGregor, have reportedly come out as bisexual while criticizing the music festival Coachella.

According to numerous reports, Esther, 17, first came out in a now-deleted Instagram post.

In the post, she said she wouldn’t be attending the world-famous music event because of owner Philip Anschutz’s previous financial donations and support for various anti-LGBTI groups.

She allegedly wrote in the caption: ‘#notokaycoachella. I’ll take the time now to say – I’m bisexual.’

Her older sister Clara, 23, left a comment in support on Esther’s post.

‘Love you boo. I’ll hop on the train and say I’m bisexual too. Carry on!’ she wrote.

Esther and Clara are the daughters of McGregor and his estranged wife Eve Mavrakis. McGregor is now in a relationship with his Fargo co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead and filed for divorce from Mavrakis last January.

Celebrities’ takes on Coachella

The McGregors are hardly the first to blast the music festival for its close-minded owner.

Last April, as bisexual model and actor Cara Delevingne praised Beyoncé for headlining, she also stated she would never attend the festival herself due to Anschutz.

Several other LGBTI figures have previously declared their intentions to boycott the festival.

This year, many LGBTI artists and allies performed at Coachella, included Ariana Grande, Lizzo, and Janelle Monáe. They all found their own ways to be inclusive and reject the owner’s discriminatory attitudes and actions.

Grande ended her performance with a massive rainbow flag, while Lizzo said she was there to ‘disrupt’ the space and make her voice heard.

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