Often, we hear Mark Zuckerberg and his status-updating obsessed followers telling us that over 400 million people are now on popular social-networking site Facebook. But we beg to differ!
Yes, every celebrity who is on a reality show, has been on a reality show, or wants to be on a reality show has a Facebook page and Twitter account, but there are a good number of celebrity moms who have never caught on to the trend.
While there are celeb moms who Tweet their every move, even while in the midst of labor (yes, you Kimora) and love to tell their fans about every “spit, poop, and tear” (side eye to Pink), there are some famous yummy mummys who like to keep that kind of information to themselves (sparing their children from future humiliation in the process).
Here’s our gallery of celebrity moms who have so far resisted minute-by-minute tweets and don’t upload every photo taken on their smartphones. Facebook might have most of the world, but it doesn’t have them.
Kate Hudson 1 of 8
Mom Goldie Hawn loves to share her thoughts on Twitter, but Kate Hudson hasn't opened up an account herself.
Jennifer Garner 2 of 8
With all the time she spends with her kids running around Hollywood and doing activities, it's no wonder Jennifer Garner doesn't have time to social network.
Angelina Jolie 3 of 8
With eight kids in the house, who has time to Twitter?
Katie Holmes 4 of 8
Katie doesn't have a Twitter account, and neither does her daughter Suri, who's too busy working on a pre-school fashion blog (yeah, right).
Penelope Cruz 5 of 8
Too bad Penelope isn't in to social networking. We'd love to hear what she has to say about motherhood.
Reese Witherspoon 6 of 8
Newlywed Reese likes to keep her personal live private, so it's no surprise that she doesn't have Twitter or Facebook accounts.
Salma Hayek 7 of 8
Yummy mummy Salma Hayek spends most of her time doing charity work around the world and instead of status updating (and that's why we love her).
Sandra Bullock 8 of 8
Twitter might have Kat Von D, but it doesn't have Sandra B (and let's hope it stays that way!).