Kristen Bell Shares Rare Photo of Her and Dax Shepard's Daughters

Kristen Bell recently shared a sweet snap from a “family day” with husband Dax Shepard and the couple’s two daughters, 8-year-old Lincoln and 6-year-old Delta.

By Kisha Forde Aug 16, 2021 3:59 PMTags

Forget the good place, this looks like the great place!

Kristen Bell recently shared a cute Instagram pic of hubby Dax Shepard and their two kids, daughters Lincoln, 8, and Delta, 6. 

Kristen captioned the Aug. 14 post of her tribe by the pool with the simple words, "Family day." In the accompanying photo, the actress rocked a black-and-white striped two-piece shirt and shorts ensemble with a black bikini top, while the kids are in their cutest summer outfits. As with any photos she shares of her kiddos, the protective mom covered up her little one's faces with big smiley emojis.
Commenting on one of the daughter's poses in the snap, one person wrote, "It's the sassy crossed arms for me." While a fan—alluding to the emojis shielding their children's faces—jokingly wrote, "Your kids look so much like you here."

Another commenter commended the couple—who have previously said they will not share photos of their kids' faces—saying,  "I have so much respect for stars who consider the well-being of their children and make it a point to respect their boundaries even when they can't express at such a small age."

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard: Romance Rewind

And although over the years, the Family Game Fight co-hosts have shared a few glimpses of their children here and there on social media, Dax explained to the Huffington Post in 2014 why the couple will protect their children from being seen for as long as they can.

"I personally believe, and I understand a lot of people differ on this point, that protecting [my daughter] includes keeping her life private until the moment she decides otherwise. I think she is entitled to that. I think every minor is entitled to that."
The Bless This Mess star went on to explain that although he and Kristen "made a decision to get into show business and become public figures," their children have not.

"No parent should feel like their child is being taken advantage of because of the choices they made on their career paths," he added. "The basis of the issue is keeping strangers away from children, whether they have cameras or not."

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