Meet Julia Roberts & Other Top 10 Celebrities Who Set Out Strict Rules For Their Kids

Nowadays, there are still some parents to lay down certain rules and restrictions on their children based on their beliefs and life circumstances. Celebrity parents are no exception. They have established strict rules for their children that are likely surprising or even shocking. From limiting screen time on devices to not dating until 18, celeb kids must abide by the specific rules that normal children might not. Sometimes that makes them feel controlled and overwhelmed.


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However, no matter how celebrity parents choose to raise them, it is evident that they all want the best for their kids. Celebrity parents enforced rules to help their kids have their privileges. Go through a list of astonishing rules that 10 celebrities make their kids follow.


Julia Roberts doesn’t allow kids to watch her movies.

Julia Robert is the proud mother of three children, Hazel, Phinnaeus, and Henry. Sometimes, she can be a strict mother, though. Julia doesn’t allow her children to watch any of her films or TV shows. She shared: “We have a pretty rigid viewing feeling in our house.”


Madonna’s kids aren’t allowed to date

Madonna, the Queen of Pop said her eldest child was still too young to date. Madonna said: “No boys for Lourdes until she turns 18. She’s a good girl, though. She doesn’t have it easy.” It seems that this is not the only rule that she has for her daughter.


Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher don’t give their kids gifts at Christmas.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are aware that their kids are growing up privileged, so they don’t want their son and daughter to be materialistic. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Kunis shared: “So far, our tradition is no presents for the kids.”

Kelly Ripa doesn’t let her daughter have a public Instagram account until she was 18.

Kelly shared that her daughter wanted a public account all throughout her teens, but she and her husband adamantly refused. The mother of three children said: “My daughter had really wanted a public account but I made her wait until she was an adult. Apparently she turned she turned 18 and immediately went public”.


Megan Fox doesn’t let her kids access phones or television.

Mega Fox sometimes lets her kids watch movies in their homes but say no to the use of any kind of technological devices. She said: “My goal is no computer, no cell phones until at least eighth grade.”

Gwyneth Paltrow’s kids can watch TV, but only in French or Spanish.

Gwyneth Paltrow lets her children watch TV but it’s only okay in Spanish and French, not in English. This way her children can learn new languages in a less stressful atmosphere.

Alicia Silverstone doesn’t believe in diapers.

Alicia claims that her son, Bear, was potty trained at six months old. She says all children elicit facial cues when they have to go, and that parents just need to be alert and watch carefully. She explained: “Just like your baby tells you it needs to eat to eat or it’s tired, they tell you when they need to go to the bathroom.”

Keira Knightley’s daughter isn’t allowed to watch Cinderella.

Keira Knightley believes that some Disney movies are meaningless, she doesn’t agree with the messages they give to young girls. She explained, “Cinderella is about waiting around for a rich guy to rescue her, no, rescue yourself!”.

Jennifer Lopez just let her kids to use iPads on Sundays.

Everyone loves Sunday, it’s a chance to relax. For Jennifer Lopez, she really notices how much screen time her kids have. She lets them use technological devices on Sundays only. She shared: “don’t get to use their iPads during the week or play video games because it’s school time’’.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie don’t allow their children to Google them.

Brad Pitt reveals “On all the kid’s computers we had our names blocked. Our three daughters and three sons can’t google their mom and dad”. The couple doesn’t want their kids to be influenced by what the paparazzi said about them

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