Sophie Turner, also known as Sansa Stark from “Game of Thrones”, accidentally posted a video of her daughter on Instagram stories, and it’s making headlines! But wait, didn’t she vow never to post anything about her kids on social media? Yes, she did! So, what happened?
According to Turner, it was an honest mistake. She quickly took down the video and apologized for the slip-up, reiterating her stance on advocating for her children’s privacy.
“Earlier today I made an honest mistake accidentally posting a video of our daughter on Instagram stories,” the actor wrote on Instagram.
Sophie Turner Reaffirms Support for Child Privacy
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Turner explained that they have always supported their children’s privacy and sharing their daughter’s video publicly goes against her beliefs. She believes that their children should have the right to grow up away from the public eye and have the space to learn and develop in private.
In order to prevent any confusion in the future, Turner clarified that if she ever mistakenly posts anything related to their kids, it should be deleted by those who shared it.
We applaud Sophie Turner for taking such a strong stance on this issue, especially given the paparazzi’s history of hounding celebrities and their children.
The Creepy Reality of Paparazzi
But let’s talk about the real issue. How creepy is it that grown men are taking pictures of a baby without their parent’s permission? Seriously, what is wrong with these people? It’s one thing to be a fan of someone’s work. But it’s another thing entirely to invade their privacy and take pictures of their children.
We understand that celebrities are public figures, but that doesn’t mean they should have to sacrifice their children’s privacy for the sake of their fans. Turner and her husband, Joe Jonas, have made it clear that they want their children to grow out of the public eye, and we respect that decision.
We can only hope that other celebrities will follow Turner’s lead and advocate for their children’s privacy as well.
And for those of you who are thinking about taking pictures of celebrities’ children, just don’t. It’s creepy, it’s invasive, and it’s not cool.
In conclusion, we’re glad that Turner took down the video and reiterated her stance on privacy. It’s important to remember that celebrities are people too. And they have the right to raise their children without the constant scrutiny of the media.
So let’s all do our part to respect their privacy. Maybe we can create a world where paparazzi no longer exist.
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