Why Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik don’t want Khai’s face shown in the photos
Gigi Hadid has been open about her decision to protect her privacy as well as that of Zayn Malik’s 10-month-old daughter Khai, explaining shortly after welcoming her that she and Malik would not share photos of Zayn Malik’s face. Khai on their social networks.
“I have friends who are public figures and this is how they go about it, and I see their children really thrive in a different way,” Hadid said in February, referring to her friends Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, who kept their three daughters from their social media and paparazzi photos.
Last night, Hadid shared an open letter explicitly asking paparazzi, the press and fan accounts to continue to keep Khai’s face out of the photos. Hadid explained that although she could previously hide Khai with the sunroof of her stroller while in New York City in front of photographers, Khai is getting older (she will have one in September) and wants to see more of the city. Hadid demanded that Paps blur her face in photos and that press and fan accounts not post photos where her face is exposed.
“I know the laws change from state to state, and I’ve seen paparazzi photos of kids in New York with blurry faces, but asking around I think it depends on the integrity. from the photographer, publication or fans. share the images, ”Hadid wrote. “I am writing this all to say: to the paparazzi, the press and beloved fan accounts, you know we never intentionally shared our girls’ faces on social media. Our wish is that she can choose how to share herself with the world when she is of age, and that she can live as normal a childhood as possible, without worrying about a public image that she did not choose. , as we take our daughter to see and explore New York, and the world, if you wanted to PLEASE PLEASE blur her face out of the footage, and if and when she is filmed I know it is an effort extra, but as a new mom, I just want the best for my baby, like all parents do… ”
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You can read his full letter below:
To paparazzi, press and fan accounts:
As our baby grows we need to realize that we cannot protect him from everything as we wanted and could when he was younger. She loves to see the world! And although she enjoys it a lot near the farm, she also discovers other places, a real blessing. On our last visits to New York, she started wanting to pop up her sunshade (something she’s used to at home) and uses it! she doesn’t understand why she’s covered in town, or what I wanted to protect her from. I also want her to see the most amazing city in the world – the beautiful and diverse people walking the streets of New York… that is, without the stress of the media circus that comes with parents who are famous people. public.
I know laws change from state to state, and I’ve seen paparazzi photos of kids in New York City with their faces blurry – but, after asking questions, I think it comes down to integrity. from the photographer, publication or fans who share the images.
I’m writing this all to say: to the paparazzi, the press, and beloved fan accounts, you know we’ve never intentionally shared our girls’ faces on social media. Our wish is that she can choose how to share with the world when she is of age, and that she can live a childhood as normal as possible, without worrying about a public image that she did not choose. It would mean the world to us, as we take our daughter to see and explore New York, and the world, if you wanted to PLEASE PLEASE blur her face out of the footage, and if and when she is filmed I know that it’s an extra effort, but as a new mom i just want the best for my baby like all parents do … and hope that can keep the conversation going to protect minors in the media, even if they come from a public family.
I would like to say a big thank you to those paparazzi who have been so respectful, ever since I asked them to keep a distance while I walked with the stroller, since my first trip to NYC with Khai. I see you, and I appreciate it.
For a child, I can imagine that close or dramatic paparazzi follies must be overwhelming and disorienting… it still is as an adult who understands and deals with it often.
Thank you for taking the time to read this and hope you understand where I’m coming from.
With love, G
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