Kate Hudson is "bothered" over the paparazzi's aggressiveness in taking pictures of celebrities' kids.
Hudson, who is mother to 4-year-old son Ryder, says it should be made illegal for paparazzi to pursue Hollywood broods.
"It bothers me, it bothers my parents. Ryder doesn't know what that is. He's four years old."
"It's aggressive, it's bizarre and it makes him self-conscious. And kids should always be kids, they should never be self-conscious of what they're doing."
Perhaps the 28-year-old actress understands it better than anyone else. Being a daughter of famous parents, Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson, she knows how hard it is for children to be photographed and pursued ruthlessly by the paparazzi.
"That should be illegal."
Hudson isn't the only one to speak of issue. Mary-Louise Parker has also lashed out last week at the snappers over their merciless chase of her co-star Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's children.
"I think it's inhumane. The media's gotten more and more salacious. They're just ruthless."
Parker also adds: "As people, I think it's our duty to protect children at whatever cost and they really exploit the children of celebrities, especially their (Pitt and Jolie's) children, at whatever cost to get a picture of them."
"It feels really immoral to me. It's not fair for them. I think they actually handle it well."