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Julia Roberts Says No Phones Are Allowed at Her Dinner Table

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Nicole Kidman, Pink and more celebrity parents are figuring out how to limit their kids’ screen time.

“They don’t have a phone and I don’t allow them to have an Instagram,” Kidman told Vanity Fair in an April 2019 interview of her and Keith Urban’s daughters, Sunday and Faith.

She isn’t alone. Pink, who shares daughter Willow and son Jameson with husband Carey Hart, told Today show cohosts the following year that her kids aren’t allowed to have a cell phone.

“There’s a light side and a shadow side to technology in general for adults, as well. For kids, I’m not there yet,” Pink said. “I have a 10-year-old who does not have a phone, although she pointed out to me yesterday: ‘You know most of the kids in my class, fifth grade, have a phone.’ That doesn’t move my needle. I don’t care.”

Penelope Cruz feels the same way while raising her and husband Javier Bardem‘s son, Leo, and daughter, Luna.

“I really see that that is protecting mental health, but I seem to be part of a minority,” Cruz said in December 2021 on CBS Sunday Morning. “I feel really bad for the ones that are teenagers now. It’s almost [as] if the world was doing some kind of experiment on them. ‘Oh, let’s see what happens if you expose a 12-year-old to that much technology.’”

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Source: US Magazine

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