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Kristen Bell feels her children are threatened by paparazzi

The 'House of Lies' actress - who has two children, Lincoln, five, and five-month-old Delta with her husband Dax Shepard - has spoken out against cameramen taking photographs of the youngsters without her permission.

The blonde beauty also spoke out in support of actor Ashton Kutcher after he slammed paparazzi images of his 7-month-old daughter Wyatt, whom he has with actress Mila Kunis, after they appeared online.

She told Entertainment Tonight Online: "If you are taking a picture of my child, that is my decision, that has nothing to do with my profession. So I would agree with [Kutcher's] outrage or disappointment.

"Any time somebody is doing something to your child that you don't approve of that's a threat. I'll echo what I said before: this is not a celebrity issue, it's a parent issue."

The 34-year-old star recently confessed she has also tried to protect her kids by not letting them watch TV from an early age and added her daughter Lincoln is yet to see her star in the hit Disney musical 'Frozen'.

She confessed: "[Lincoln's] never seen 'Frozen'! She is not my biggest fan. She just doesn't know what I do for a living! She couldn't care less. [It] is extremely humbling to come home to someone who couldn't care less about what you do!

"The APA [American Psychological Association] recommends that you let kids watch TV when they're 2 and a half, so we're trying to follow that, which unfortunately is not realistic for all parents."


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