15 Very Normal Things That Celebrity Children Are Not Allowed To Do
Celebrities obviously raise their children in a different way compared to the rest of us but some things they do is just strange. We always look at all the positives of being a celebrity child. We know they get whatever they want. They get the very best life and education. They are finically stable to try their hand at anything they want to do.
What we don’t realize is that there are certain things that they aren’t allowed to do that we did as children. Yes, as hard as it sounds to believe some celebrity children are prohibited from doing very normal things every child does.
Lisa Whelchel is known for playing Blair Warner on ‘The Facts of Life’. She had a somewhat horrible way to reprimand her kids. She would make them drink hot sauce if they did something bad. This is something a parent should never do as it scars little children and removes their trust from parents.
Most kids get fully functioning smartphones by the time they are 10 years old. While most celebs like to keep their kids away from phones, Kelly Ripa has given her kids phones. But the catch is that she checks regularly who they text, what they browse online and what apps and games they are using. Her kids have no privacy.
Gwyneth Paltrow is known for her pretentious cash grab GOOP and its associated acts. She is widely disregarded for all her health and lifestyle lectures. But that doesn’t stop her. She doesn’t allow her kids to eat many things. They can only have low-carb and gluten-free meals. This might affect a growing child’s health but GOOP probably has a crystal for that.
Jennifer Lopez is a global superstar and icon but she is a mom too. Just like most other moms, she needs her kids to complete their homework first. They need to finish all their schoolwork before they can watch anything on TV or use phones and tablets. She is very strict about that.
She is the only class act in the Kardashian household. Kourtney Kardashian is a good mom to her three kids and she teaches them to respect other people and their bodies. She doesn’t like it when people use words like ‘fat’ around her kids. She also doesn’t allow her kids to eat microwaveable junk foods.