Eva Mendes AND Ryan Gosling they are one of the most beloved and close-knit couples in the entire Hollywood star system. The two stars met back in 2011 after meeting on the set of the film. like thunder. Their two daughters, Esmeralda Amada and Amada Lee, were born from their relationship, born in 2014 and 2016, respectively, when the two actors also got married.
An amazing detail on how to understand a couple’s paternity has been posted over the past few hours by Eva Mendes herself via social media. In fact, the actress shared an Instagram post in which she reveals how she and Ryan Gosling keep their two young daughters from Internet access.
The real concern of parents will be the indiscriminate use of social media by their daughters. Mendez’s post is eloquent in this regard and shows short clip shakes his head about himself, followed by an unmistakable caption that reads:When my daughters ask me if they are old enough to go online, use social media, or anything else that requires a Wi-Fi connection“.
YOU CAN SEE EVA MENDES’ POST HERE
Definitely a crackdown in some respects that did not fail to elicit comments from fans equally divided between supporters and protesters of the initiative. Referring to the latter, Mendes then added, “In my house, children do not have access to the Internet. it’s too dangerous. Just like children are not allowed to drink, vote, or get a driver’s license (etc.), the Internet falls into that category for me. Especially social networks“.
However, the 49-year-old actress turned out to be promising. In fact, Mendes seems to be well aware that, despite her efforts, controlling her daughters’ activities will become increasingly difficult as they grow older:I’m just sharing what I feel now but I know it will be more difficult as you grow older“.
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