January 4, 2018
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Celebrities are usually pretty open with their lives, and some are a little too open (insert your favorite housewife or other reality television star here). But then there are some that are the kings and queens of privacy. And if we had to rank the stars that have managed to keep perhaps their biggest accomplishment to themselves, we’ve easily picked our top three.
These are the stars that have welcomed children in the last three years and have managed to keep them completely out of the public’s eye.
Kerry Washington and Nnamdi Asomugha
The pair have been married for five years and have two kids together, Isabelle Amarachi Asomugha (3) and Caleb Kelechi Asomugha (1). When asked why the 40-year-old doesn’t share photos of her daughter she told ET in 2016, “I want her to be able to make those decisions in her time,” she explained. “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.”
Perry and model/activist Gelila Bekele welcomed their first child, Aman Tyler Perry in 2014. In 2016 he also explained why the world won’t see his son on social media, “I know there are no pictures of him, but that’s not something we do. We’re not the kind of parents — my son’s not famous. We’re trying very hard to keep him protected so that he can know who he is before he gets into the crazy bull crap of this social media world.”
Ciara and Russell Wilson
If we had to guess, out of three couples mentioned, Ciara and Russell will most likely share a photo of their baby girl Sienna Princess Wilson first. We’ve already caught small glimpses of the nine-month old from the singer’s Instagram.
And an honorable mention goes to Beyoncé and JAY-Z. While we’ve seen seven-month-old Rumi and Sir Carter, we. want. more.
TELL US: Should kids, famous or not, be kept off social media until an “appropriate” time?