Ewan McGregor's Daughter Opens Up About Her Parent's Divorce In Emotional Song

Ewan McGregor's divorce has been getting a lot of attention in the media, especially after he thanked his estranged wife in his acceptance speech of his Golden Globe earlier this month. McGregor was with his wife, Eve Mavrakis, for 22 years, but they filed the paperwork for the divorce just this January.

In October, McGregor was spotted kissing his Fargo co-star, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, but the couple has remained mostly silent on the split. Mavrakis recently spoke up for the first time since they split, saying "It's disappointing and upsetting but my main concern is our four children are OK."

When the divorce papers were filed, McGregor was seeking joint custody of his three minor children, but Mavrakis wants sole custody. Divorces are hard on any family, but when you are in the public eye it's just that much worse. It's been hard on the kids, and recently, 16-year-old Esther, spoke out about the divorce.

Esther McGregor shared a song she wrote herself on her Instagram and the lyrics have everyone assuming that it's about her father. The song is called Made You A Man and the lyrics seem to be talking about his actions in the media.

Made you a man- by me 🎸:)

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"Waking up slowly, I'm taking my time,
I read some dumb s*** that I found online

Seeing those pictures, they're making me cry,
Happy birthday to me, am I right

I don't know how to forgive, don't know if I can,
Ruining me, sure made you a man

I don't know how to forgive, don't know if I can,
Ruining me, sure made you a man"

The emotional song has people conflicted in the comments. Some people aren't thrilled that she's speaking up, while others are defending her choice. "If he can show his affection to another woman, other than her mother in public, then she can express her hurt about it publicly," one commenter said.

Neither of her parents have commented, but Esther did comment that "my song was not a slam, but a way of expressing my feelings with what I love most. Music."

Do you think she was right in sharing this with the world?