Francesca Eastwood isn’t wearing any pants.
In her interview with Esquire, Clint Eastwood’s daughter talks about relationships and politics, sans pants.
She hates pickup lines.
“‘Hi, my name is…’ is enough, although one time a guy used a line on me that I’ve never forgotten,” Francesca said. “He came up to me and with a completely straight face said, ‘I want to destroy all the chairs in the world so you have to sit on my face.’ Let’s just say it didn’t work.”
“I mean, it was hilarious in a way, and I like a guy who can make me laugh, but maybe not like that.” (RELATED: Michael Moore: Clint Eastwood Threatened To Kill Me Once)
And it’s no secret that her father isn’t politically correct — he made a joke about Caitlyn Jenner that got cut from airing on TV — but Francesca said she prefers to stay away from all of that. (RELATED: Was Clint Eastwood’s Joke About Caitlyn Jenner Really That Bad?)
“Both of my parents are very involved in politics and are very different in their views.”
“I’m not sure where I fall yet—ideally you’re a bit of both—but I’ve thought to myself, ‘Do I want to spend my life trying to label myself and worry about politics or do I want to try to enjoy myself and focus on my work and be happy?’ Everyone wants to be happy and everyone has their different way of finding their happiness. My way is to not get stressed out over politics.” (RELATED: Don’t Think ‘American Sniper’ Got SNUBBED By The Academy? This Will Change Your Mind.)