Brad and Jen, Taylor and Harry’s kids? Eye popping AI images show what former celebrity couples’ offspring would look like

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These AI “family portraits” really pushed some buttons.

An artificial intelligence-focused artist is showcasing what former celebrity couples’ children would look like if they had stayed together in a creepy-but-fascinating project that some observers called “disrespectful.”

Jeremy Pomeroy, of Melbourne, Australia, made the “captivating celebrity what-if” images centering on the offspring of A-list exes ranging from Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston to Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, according to his website.

Australian artist Jeremy Pomeroy is creating AI-generated “family portraits” of former celebrity couples — like Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
Australian artist Jeremy Pomeroy is creating AI-generated “family portraits” of former celebrity couples — like Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai

The graphic designer by trade said he creates the portraits by merging “advanced algorithms with Photoshop” and his own aesthetic eye before posting them on Instagram.

“I’ve been thrilled by the conversations and discussions that my pieces have sparked,” Pomeroy told The Post — while conceding that “not everyone may share the same opinion” about the value of the project.

In fact, some folks called Pomeroy’s work oddly unnerving.

“Out of touch,” one critic wrote. “Leave the couples who aren’t together anymore alone.”

Another declared, “Sounds disrespectful to me!”

Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams with AI-created children. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams with AI-created children. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai

Former flames featured in the series include “The Fall Guy” star Ryan Gosling and “Disobedience” actress Rachel McAdams, who broke up in 2007 after dating for two years.

An AI image shows their imaginary family of three kids — including a son with Gosling’s signature steely-eyed squint —  spruced up as they pose in front of a tea set.

Another portrait depicting Taylor Swift and Harry Styles, who dated briefly starting in 2012, shows the ex-lovebirds posed at a kitchen table with their would-be son and daughter looking sullen.

Pomeroy’s portrait of Taylor Swift and former boyfriend Harry Styles. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
Pomeroy’s portrait of Taylor Swift and former boyfriend Harry Styles. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai

Swift’s current boyfriend is Kansas City Chiefs Travis Kelce. Styles recently had a rumored romance with Canadian actress Taylor Russell.

However, Pomeroy said the most requested celeb kids people wanted to see were for John F. Kennedy and Marylin Monroe, who reportedly had a weekend-long affair in March 1962.

The series showcases the beautiful, blonde’s make-believe children of former president clad in all-white attire.

The most requested couple was John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
The most requested couple was John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai

“The portrait’s tender and intimate depiction invited viewers to contemplate the potential impact of these legendary figures coming together in a different timeline,” he said.

Meanwhile, a portrait of Pitt and Aniston shows the exes — who were married between 2000 and 2005 before the high-profile romance went up in flames — grinning with their three imaginary kids dressed in preppy attire.

But observers were quick to point out the image didn’t actually look much like Aniston — and that it was hurtful considering her years-long battle with infertility.

“Is that supposed to be Jennifer A?” one commenter wrote.

Critics have called the portrait of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston “disrespectful.” Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
Critics have called the portrait of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston “disrespectful.” Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai

“This is so insensitive and disrespectful knowing Brad was able to have children after the divorce. Jennifer has not. Rumors are she can’t. How hurtful,” another proclaimed.

Pomeroy said Brad and Jen were the first couple he created an “AI-generated family” for because their relationship and then divorce was just so famous.

“The response to this initial artwork was incredible, and it motivated me to delve further into this thought-provoking concept and create more captivating pieces in the series,” he said.

He did not address the criticism the images have recieved.

The AI portrait of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez with fake children. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
The AI portrait of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez with fake children. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai

An image of Bieber and Gomez, who dated from 2010 to 2018, shows the couple with three young girls.

One of their “daughters” is featured with an ill-placed floating hand resting on her shoulder in an apparent Photoshop glitch.

Bieber married model Hailey Baldwin in September 2023 and they are now expecting their first child later this year. Gomez is currently dating music producer Benny Blanco.

Pomeroy’s image of 1990s couple Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
Pomeroy’s image of 1990s couple Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
Macaulay Culkin and Mila Kunis with four AI-generated children. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
Macaulay Culkin and Mila Kunis with four AI-generated children. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai

Other images include a gothed-out family portrait of Gen-X “it” couple Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder, who dated from 1990 to 1993, along with three pouty AI-generated daughters.

Another depicts “Home Alone” star-turned comedy rocker Macaulay Culkin with “Black Swan” star Mila Kunis, who dated from 2002 to 2011.

Actors Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield, who had a four-year relationship beginning in 2011, are also featured in “family portrait” along with Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, who dated from 2009 to 2013 after meeting on the set of “Twilight.”

Pomeroy created an AI family for “Speed” co-stars Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
Pomeroy created an AI family for “Speed” co-stars Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
“Titanic” couple Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet with AI children. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai
“Titanic” couple Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet with AI children. Instagram/mrpomeroyj_ai

Pomeroy also depicts celebrity “what-ifs” based on fictional movie couples such as Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves.

The two had an on-screen romance in “Speed,” but were never more than friends in real life.

An image shows “Titanic” co-stars and longtime pals Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in a formal “portrait” with a son and daughter.

Pomeroy, who masterminded the AI portraits, declined to comment to The Post.

His website describes him as a “pioneering force in the AI art community” lauded for “envisioning captivating celebrity what ifs through his stunning artwork.”