There are some celebs who are comfortable sharing photos of their children, they get to control the narrative and beat the paparazzi at their own game.
Then, there are those celebs who say no altogether. You’ll rarely see photos of their children on social media and the few pics they do post are carefully planned.
In 2017, fans are used to having easy access to celeb, but here are a few who’ve made it clear that their children are off limits.
The Atlanta star welcomed his first child last year and we still haven't his baby boy. He did, however, reveal that his little son's name is Legend.
The model recently shared this photo of daughter, Lexi, celebrating the teens 17th birthday. Iman and her late husband, icon David Bowie, were careful to keep Lexi out of the spotlight, rarely sharing photos of their daughter and keeping a low profile around paparazzi.
Washington and hubby Nnamdi Asomugha have two children, a son and daughter named Caleb and Isabelle. Much like Donald Glover, the couple have kept their kids carefully hidden from paps and have yet to share any photos. Talking about her daughter during a panel at SXSW last year, Washington said, "I want her to be able to make those decisions in her time. She already has a lot to navigate in life as the daughter of an actor and a former football player. She should be able to enter this world when it feels right for her, and not [have me] make that decision for her. Who knows what the next generation of Snapchat will be when she’s allowed to have a phone."
Thanks to the paparazzi, you can easily do a google search and find pics of Berry's children. However, the actress rarely shares photos of her own, and if she does, they're usually carefully cropped or strategically snapped.
London’s birthday is Dec 5.
"My son, even in his short 17 months on the planet, has showed me that love, no matter how deeply you believe you have experienced that emotion, can always go deeper. Love is limitless.
"Day after day and night after night, holding my baby in my arms, I am at peace. I am blessed. I feel bliss. In those moments, all is right with the world."
Netflix will end the year with a bang, bringing viewers a new stand-up special from Dave Chappelle. Netflix recently unveiled a teaser for the special, which includes Chappelle's signature humor and a little help from Stranger Things
Also available Dec. 31:
Fun Mom Dinner