‘Mrs. Eastwood and Company’ Star Dina Eastwood: Our Daughters Won’t End Up Like Paris Hilton

By: Dylan Howard / June 19, 2012

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Mrs. Eastwood and Company star Dina Eastwood, the wife of legendary Hollywood star Clint Eastwood, has admitted her greatest fear is “disappointing my husband” with their reality television show.

In a new interview, the 46-year-old E! network star opened up about the pressure the family has faced since the show premiered on May 20, and in the process, took a subtle swipe at Tinsel town’s other reality royalty: She is pledging that daughters Morgan and Francesca, the actor’s 19-year-old daughter with Titanic actress Frances Fisher, won’t become like Paris Hilton.

“I don’t regret doing the show at all but I did have regretful moments, the cameras put your life on acid,” Dina said.

“It does stuff to your reality. I thought: ‘We don’t argue like this,’ but then I realize that it makes for great TV and that’s what we signed up for.

“My motivation was purely to promote the band (Overtone, the South African boy band that she manages) but when we started taping, it became more interesting for them to tape my daughters, who have enjoyed it a lot.

“They won’t become like the Hiltons, they will never have that kind of access to money. They both have proper jobs.”

Whilst five-time Oscar winner Clint has not featured on the show, he is expected to perform a cameo at some point.

Dina said the Million Dollar Baby star is her hero and continues to defy his age.

“He’s 82 years old, he’s a genetic miracle,” she told Reveal magazine in the U.K. “He flies himself in a helicopter, then pays 18 holes of golf and then directs a movie.

“He had to open up and let me do this TV with show with love. He allowed cameras into his house and let his name be used on a reality show, so I don’t want to mess anything up.

“He’s such a good man and I hope that my daughters find a man like him.”

Mrs. Eastwood and Company airs on E! Sundays at 10 p.m. ET.