Ashton Kutcher wants to protect Wyatt, his 7-month-old daughter, and the actor is outraged that the media has violated his ability to do so, reported Yahoo.
When Kutcher discovered published paparazzi photos showing Ashton with Wyatt as they attempted to live their lives privately in Santa Barbara, California, the 37-year-old new father headed straight to social media to voice his anger.
"Why is it so hard for publications to respect that I would like the identity of my child kept private for safety reasons?" tweeted Ashton. "Pls honor that."
And he's not Wyatt's only parent who feels protective and worried about the baby's privacy. At 31, Mila Kunis has become a loving, thoughtful mother who wants to shield her little one.
To do so, Ashton and Mila shared the baby's name in the fall. But they posted six different baby photos as well, with a caption that made it clear they did not want to put their daughter in the spotlight.
"Can you guess which one is ours, or does it really matter? All babies are cute."In addition, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have sought to protect all celebrity children with the "No Kids Policy." The new guideline focuses on cutting off the popular tabloid preoccupation with posting and purchasing photos of celebrity children that are taken without permission.
And Jennifer Garner also is seeking to support the "No Kids Policy," reported Entertainment Tonight.
She expressed her appreciation to ET for championing the celebrities' mission to stop taking photos of their children.
"[ET] led the way and I cannot tell you how much I thank you, my family thanks you, my kids thank you. Because of you all taking the stand and saying, 'You know what, this is gross,' everyone has fallen in line and it is just going to change everything for my kids and I can't thank you enough." Garner goes on to say, "It was so out of hand... I told my daughter, maybe someday people might not know what she looks like. My kids were so excited to think of that because they don't want this at all and I don't want it for them, so I'm thrilled for them. I love you for it ET."
But while Ashton, Kristen, Mila, Dax, and Jennifer are crusading to put a stop to the paparazzi, some celebrities are fine with having photos taken of their children, and that includes Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, as the Inquisitr reported.
The reality TV couple recently received extensive publicity by taking their daughter North West to fashion shows, where she sat in the front row for photographs.
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