And in 2014 Kristen Bell and Dax Shepardput their foot down in what turned out to be a successful attempt at altering the demand."I'm telling you right now, we don't want our daughter's face anywhere ever until she decides, because I have the utmost respect for her," Bell explained to .And while plenty of outlets disregarded Bell's wishes and continued to run paparazzi pics of her with her daughters, the actress has stuck to her own promise."Make no mistake—the photographers, the agency and the magazine will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law," Clooney, easily the most famous face of the tony Italian enclave, promised in a statement obtained by E! "The safety of our children demands it."The new parents, who otherwise are said to be happier than ever devoting themselves to their son and daughter right now, were surely aware that the first picture of their babies was going to be a hot commodity.But the realization that photographers had actually managed to get the goods in such a manner (the magazine denied that the Clooney family was in any danger from the publishing of their photos) must have still come as an unpleasant jolt.She has more recently ventured into side views, but has yet to go with a full-on, looking-into-the-camera pic.Meanwhile, the Clooneys don't do social media and...well, they're the Clooneys.Overall, the picks are classic and nothing too crazy on the celebrity baby-name scale.
Zoe Saldana went that route with her twins, regularly posting pics but at first only of their adorable little hands, the backs of their heads, etc.As it turned out, she had done a perfectly good job hiding him in the first place."I'm like, 'I've got to put this picture out before the paparazzi.I don't want them to make money off our child and have the first picture.' So, I posted the damn picture," Banks recalled.That's a common refrain among the famous parents who've also opted not to do the baby-album thing on Instagram."I continue to kindly ask, Please don't post/publish photos of our kids," Ashton Kutcher tweeted July 17."They haven't chosen life in the public eye." He added, "Yes we took them to a public place (we like sharing life with our kids) no that doesn't mean we are ok with their photos being published."He and Mila Kunis have gone the no-shares route when it comes to their daughter Wyatt and son Dimitri, and Kunis herself doesn't even do social media. Now can the helicopter please stop hovering over our house, there is a baby sleeping inside! Kutcher's plea for more privacy comes in the wake of a number of paparazzi pictures of Wyatt having been published over the years anyway because, as he said, he and Kunis like to share life with their kids and go outside from time to time as a family.Given the couple’s reputation, it’s not surprising they went the classy route with their little ones’ names. Ella was the 17th most popular name for baby girls born in America in 2016, according to the Social Security Administration.