Blake Lively is not happy that photos of her daughter have been published online.
The photos were taken by the paparazzi during an Easter event.
Lively, who is very reserved about sharing photos of her children, voiced her disapproval over the matter.
Several publications published the photos, and the publications received an urgent request from Lively's team to remove the pictures.
According to Page Six, the photographs surfaced after a private Easter event that included an egg hunt.
The article also states that Lively's team's concern stems from the photographer hiding outside the event. At no time, was Lively informed that photographs would be published online.
What do you think? Do celebs have the right to privacy, or does having photos published online come with the territory of being well known?
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