Parenthood is a special feeling. Here are a few celeb parents who hide their baby's face to keep them away from the media glares.
By Ankita Mukherjee
Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi are doting parents to their kids, Mehr and Guriq. They are avid internet users and post their kids' pictures but keep them hidden or at an angle where it remains hidden.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas had become parents in 2022 through surrogacy. And the couple has been posting few glipmses of their baby girl, Malti but keep it hidden with flower emoji.
Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput Kapoor are proud parents of two kids, Misha and Zain. The couple maintains their kids' privacy and do not post pictures where their children's faces are directly seen.
Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli had become parents with the arrival of their daughter, Vamika in 2021. Since then, they have maintained strict privacy of their baby and never revealed her face.
Lisa Haydon and Dino Lalvani are parents to three kids, Zack, Leo and Lara. Recently, Lisa had given birth to her daughter, Lara and since then, they have been keeping her face hidden with emojis.
Shriya Saran and her hubby, Andrei Koscheev are doting parents to their daughter, Radha. Shriya often posts pictures of her daughter but maintains the privacy by keeping her face hidden with emojis.
Evelyn Sharma is an avid social media user who often posts pictures of her daughter, Ava Bhindi on her Instagram handle. However, she keeps her baby girl's face hidden from the media spotlight.
Rani Mukerji and Aditya Chopra are proud parents of their daughter, Adira. But the couple never posts anything personal on their social media. So for a long time their daughter's face was a mystery.
Telly world's one of the most loved actosr, Shaheer Sheikh and his wife, Ruchikaa Kapoor are enjoying their parenthood journey with their daughter, Anaya. However, they never reveal their kid's face.
Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu are avid social media users, and they often post cutesy family pictures with their daughter, Inaaya. However, they make sure their baby's face can't be seen directly.