George Clooney, who is usually quite private, has written an open letter. “Daily Mail and other publications”Information about posting “intrusive”Photos of celebrities’ children according to E! News.
“Having just seen photos of Billie Lourd’s 1 year-old baby in your publication, and the fact that you subsequently took those pictures down, we would request that you refrain from putting our children’s faces in your publication,”The actor wrote.
“I am a public figure and accept the oftentimes intrusive photos as part of the price to pay for doing my job. Our children have made no such commitment.”
Clooney also stated that Amal Clooney, his wife, was a good worker. “has her confronting and putting on trial terrorist groups,”So they take extra precautions for their family’s safety.
Amal is an advocate for human rights.
“We cannot protect our children if any publication puts their faces on their cover,”He went on.
He also pointed out that they do not use social media. They have never sold photos or other personal information about their children to keep them safe, and not put their lives at risk.
“Not paranoid jeopardy but real world issues, with real world consequences,”Clooney wrote.
The article was concluded by Mr. Smith saying that the outlets’ desire to sell advertising is not more important than their need to protect his and his children from being targeted.
Amal and George Clooney have twins aged 4 years, Alexander and Ella.
This isn’t the first time Clooney has directly addressed media outlets. Clooney slammed Voici in France for publishing his twins in 2017.
“Over the last week, photographers from Voici magazine scaled our fence, climbed our tree and illegally took pictures of our infants inside our home,”He said it at the time.
“Make no mistake, the photographers, the agency and the magazine will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. The safety of our children demands it.”