Photos Of Ryan Gosling & Eva Mendes' Second Baby Amada Probably Won't Ever Be Released Officially
Hey, girl. You're going to have to stop trying to pry into the lives of your favorite half-Canadian celebrity couple because they're private as hell. And while they've just reported welcomed Baby Number Two into the world according to TMZ, you can bet every penny in your bank account that photos Eva Mendes & Ryan Gosling's baby daughter Amada will never become available for public consumption. That's just how these two roll.
Think about it: Have you ever seen an official photo of their first child, Esmeralda Amada Gosling? You haven't, unless you are actual real life friends with these two (or, if you've found yourself in a position to peer over the shoulder of a real life friend of these two). You may have seen the little tyke in her Halloween costume thanks to some sneaky paparazzi photos over on the Daily Mail, but these two definitely aren't Snapchatting, Instagramming, or selling images of their kids to big name celeb magazines.
In fact, Mendes is actually so private about her home life that she wouldn't even share a photo of Esmeralda with everyone's favorite celebrity BFF, Ellen Degeneres back in 2014. While she was willing to gush a little bit about how happy she was to be a new mom, she was only willing share this face morphed image combining her face with Gosling's:
So, you know, I guess use your imagination to figure out how that approximates their new bundle of joy if you're really dying to know.
But Mendes also got series while talking to Degeneres, dipping a bit into why it's so tough to be a parent when you and your baby daddy have some of the most famous mugs in the world:
Early on, we decided it's going to be very hard for her to have privacy. And we thought this is the first opportunity we can give her to protect her, and so then I had a nice calm pregnancy.
So next time you're cursing these two for "keeping" their precious, little baby girls from our hungrily prying eyes, just think about the fact that they're doing it out of love and a desire to be great parents. And then sigh and moon over them all over again because they're just that perfect.