Blake Lively called paparazzi on photos of her daughters on IG

Just a friendly reminder that Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds certainly don’t agree with paparazzi taking photos of their children.

This is not news, ofc. Blake and Ryan have always protected the privacy of their daughters (James 6, Inez, 5 and Betty, 2), and they have done so doggedly. The couple don’t share photos of their daughters on social media and very rarely take them to public events. They are also very upset when paparazzi follow their families looking for pictures of the girls, which is fair because A. their daughters are not public figures and have a right to privacy and B. their daughters are small children who have the right not to be harassed and terrorized by adult strangers.

All of this combined makes it both unsurprising and entirely reasonable that Blake slammed an Instagram account this week for sharing paparazzi photos of his daughters.

“It’s so disturbing,” Blake commented on the post (by People). “I have personally shared with you that these men stalk and harass my children. And you still post. You said you would stop. You personally promised me,” she wrote. “This is not a coincidence. It is YOU who are also exploiting very young children. Please. Delete. Please. Some parents agree with that. We. We are. . NOT.”

After Blake called the photo, the account deleted the post, and the actress took to her Instagram story to thank those who have shown their support to end the practice of paparazzi taking pictures of celebrity children.

“Thank you to all NON-NEXT accounts that exploit children. YOU are making ALL the difference. Thank you for your integrity. Thank you.”


This isn’t the first time Blake has spoken about paparazzi photos of his children. In July, she detailed a meeting she and her daughters had with photographers, which she described as “frightening.” She shared the story in a comment on a post on the Australia Daily Mail‘s Instagram, which used footage from the incident. She wrote:

“You edit… these pictures together to make it look like I’m waving happily. But that’s misleading. The real story is this: My kids were being bullied by men all day. hiding. A stranger on the street walked into words with them because it was so upsetting for her to see. When I was trying to calmly approach the photographer you hired to take these pictures in order to talk to her, he ‘ran away and jumped to the next block again.

Do you do background checks on the photo[er]do you pay to hunt down children? Where is your morality here? I would like to know. Or you just don’t care about the safety of the children? The photographers who spoke to me, I was able to agree to smile and greet and let them take my photo away from my children if they left my children alone. Because it was scary.

Tell the whole story @dailymailau. At a minimum, listen to your followers. They too understand that it is dark and upsetting that you are paying people to stalk children. Please stop paying adult men to hide and chase children. There are plenty of photos you could have posted without the kids. Please delete. Let’s go. Be with the times.

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For the record, Blake has this photo removed too, which is good, but not nearly as good as a world she doesn’t have to fight in to have her daughters’ photos deleted and beg the photographers to stop traumatizing them by public. let’s fight for this.

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