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Diane Kruger Fuming After Photos Of Her 'Vulnerable Baby' Appear Online

Diane Kruger Fuming After Photos Of Her 'Vulnerable Baby' Appear Online

Diane Kruger Fuming After Photos Of Her 'Vulnerable Baby' Appear Online
Diane Kruger welcomed her first child last year and has made a point of keeping her baby private, not sharing photos on social media or online.
In fact, apart from knowing that she had a girl, there have been very few details shared publicly about the youngster.

However, not everyone seems to respect the new mum’s wishes for privacy for her little girl, and Diane was forced to hit out after photos of her daughter emerged online.
 
Taking to Instagram, the 42-year-old shared a photo of her and her daughter with the little girl’s face hidden. Under the photo, Diane explained that the photo had been taken and shared without her consent and urged those who posted the photos to take them down.
 
 
“Dear fans, dear non fans, dear paparazzi and anyone with a conscience,” the actress wrote.
 
“We were just tagged in these paparazzi pictures of me and our daughter. These pictures were taken without our consent and expose a vulnerable and innocent baby.
 
Explaining that both her and her partner Norman Reedus want their daughter to “grow up in privacy and safety”, Diane wrote: “While we understand that some people would like to see a picture of our daughter, we as parents, want nothing more than allow her to grow up in privacy and safety.
 
“Me and @bigbaldhead would kindly ask you to not repost these pictures and help us achieve that goal.
 
“Whoever has already posted them, please take them down. Please put yourself in our shoes. We are just like any parent wanting the very best for our child. Thank you for your support.”
 
 
Fans were quick to show their support for the star, with one agreeing that people need to “respect the needs of privacy”.
 
“People need to respect the needs of privacy, even more so if it involves young children that cannot speak for themselves,” they wrote.
 
“If parents do not wish to present their children to the open world, this wish should be respected. No matter what reason it may be.”