Victoria Beckham, Aishwarya Rai and Beyonce Knowles are powerhouses in fashion, movies and music respectively and from the looks of it, all three recent mothers need no advice when it comes to protecting their off-spring (Harper Seven, Aaradhya Beti-B & Blue Ivy).
In a Fashionwidget analysis of the compiled photos above, we’ve come up with a list of ten sensible ways to be stylish and protect your baby too.
THE DOs and DON’T of Celebrity with Baby Sidewalk Style:
1. DO invest in a pair of dark sunglasses. Chloe, Tom Ford, Dior are celebrity favourites when it comes to protecting their peepers. Nothing helps better than blending in with the masses public.
2. DO cover up your baby with a blanket, sheet or cloth as you strut and stroll.
3. DON’T engage or insight the paparazzo or paparazzi following you, not only will you look nasty in the resulting photographs but you would also be endangering the welfare of a child.
4. DO hire a security detail if you are super famous, no level of incognito will protect you once you’ve been spotted and recognised.
5. DO dress appropriately and behave like a sensible commoner. Loud outfits, ridiculous behaviour and pointless drama will only draw more attention to you and your off-spring.
6. DO carry your spawn with his or her face towards you, that way the chances of the photographers snapping their picture dwindles + you will be protecting the baby’s delicate eyes from the glaring flashbulbs.
7. DO release an official picture of your bundle of joy to the public. While you reserve the right to your own privacy, the chances of the paparazzi trying to out-do themselves in the hopes of getting the first shots of your baby’s face will diminish.
8. DO invest in a baby carrier a la Beyonce and Aishwarya, this way if a scuffle should ensue between you and a crazed fan or over-zealous photographer, your baby will be protected.
9. DO dress your baby sensibly, the whole ‘toddler fashionista’ thing is so over-rated. Let them be themselves, not an extension of you or what the public wants them to be. More importantly let them have and enjoy their childhood.
10. DO exercise some common sense when it comes to you and your child, be yourself and enjoy your motherhood.
Photo Credit: PCN, IANS, TOA & Getty