Would you believe it if we told you that even Mark Zuckerberg, Kim Kardashian and Bill Gates are limiting screen time for their children? Some of tech’s biggest titans, social media stars, celebrities and celebrities are suspicious of the effects of technology on their children – and all children in general – and they’ve gone so far as to share their house rules. and their general thoughts on cellphones, television and social media regarding their toddlers, children and teens.
While some celebrity parents, like Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian, are on the same page about tech rules for their kids, other celebrity co-parents, like Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey, have opposing views. that put a strain on their relationship — a challenge that many not-famous estranged couples have to decide how to raise their kids.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have set firm limits to regulate their son’s screen time. https://t.co/1Sg3048sfd
—SheKnows (@SheKnows) January 28, 2022
For some famous parents, social media is okay as long as they can approve of their kids’ posts. Take Heidi Klum, for example – when her daughter Leni was a teenager, she was allowed to use a private Instagram account to follow her friends, but Heidi asked her to show any photos she wanted to share before posting them.
For other famous moms and dads, social media is a hard no for their kids. Penelope Cruz refuses to let her children join social media platforms until they are at least 16, and Madonna chooses to keep her young children off social apps after letting her oldest children join Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at age 13 – a choice she said had a huge impact on her relationship with daughter Lourdes Leon and son Rocco Ritchie.
Read on to find out more about how famous parents are raising their kids in an increasingly tech-centric world — we have a feeling some celebs’ opinions might surprise you.