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The parenting decision all these Aussie celebs have in common: From Nicole Kidman, to Miranda Kerr, and Jesinta Franklin

They're keeping their family lives private.

By Maddison Leach
What do Tom Burgess and Tahlia Giumelli have in common with Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban? They don't show their kid's faces on social media.
The NRL star and his partner announced this week that they would no longer be posting photos of their children's faces on Instagram, following in the footsteps of other Aussie stars who keep their kids off the internet.
Tahlia and Tom announced they'll no longer be sharing photos of their children online. Instagram
From Hollywood stars, to iconic Aussie models and sporting legends we've grown to love on and off the field, plenty of famous parents have already made a similar choice.
Some simply hide their children's faces in social media posts, while others share only glimpses of their kids' hands or feet, and others refuse to post any snaps that their kids appear in at all.
How parents choose to handle social media is a very personal choice, and one famous mums and dads clearly don't take lightly.
We've looked at some of the Australian celebrities who choose not to post their children online and why they like to keep family life private.

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