Meet Hillary Clinton's super hot nephew Tyler

by hellofashion.com /


The US Presidential campaign is heating up! While Hillary Clinton could soon make history by becoming the first ever female American President, some social media users have got a little distracted by her attractive nephew Tyler Clinton, who has been supporting her throughout the campaign.

The 22-year-old was spotted by viewers after he gave his aunt a congratulatory hug following her Democratic presidential nomination acceptance speech on Thursday, and it was soon discovered that Tyler is a budding model.

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Tyler Clinton is the latest member of the Clinton family to make headlines

Tyler is the son of Bill Clinton's half-brother Roger. He graduated from Loyola Marymount University in California in May, with his uncle on hand to deliver the commencement speech to graduates.

Black-and-white portraits from Tyler's shoot with Adina Doria have quickly gone viral, and the photographer has revealed she already has plans to work with the "professional" model again.

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The 22-year-old is a budding model and worked with photographer Adina Doria

"Working with Tyler was amazing," Adina told ET Online. "He was incredibly professional, very well-mannered and a truly genuine person. He was friendly to everyone on set and arrived early to location."

Tyler modelled pieces from 7 for All Mankind jeans, Citizens of Humanity and Superdry, impressing celebrity photographer Adina with his ease in front of the camera.

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Tyler is the son of Bill Clinton's half-brother Roger

"He takes direction very well. I like to let my subjects live through the camera and direction was minimal. He's a natural," she said.

The photoshoot took place over a year ago while Tyler was still studying, and Adina has admitted she was shocked to see the images go viral.

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