Ashton Kutcher and his wife Mila Kunis have been staunch advocates of keeping their now-one-year-old daughter Wyatt (happy belated birthday, bb) out of the limelight since the day she was born, fiercely protecting her from photographic intrusion all the while for safety reasons.
Why is it so hard for publications to respect that I would like the identity of my child kept private for safety reasons? Pls honor that.— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) May 19, 2015
Even the one time he did share a viral photo of his little missus, he punk'd everyone and mixed it in with a buncha others, so we couldn't be *sure* which one was the real deal.
Now, though, it looks like the "Two and a Half Men" star might be breaking his no-baby embargo for a very good cause.
On Instagram Monday (Nov. 9), he shared this pic of a baby who looks right around Wyatt's age -- based solely on an unsophisticated mom-eyeballing eval, of course -- and captioned it with, "39 million people have fallen through the cracks into modern day slavery. #redsandproject."
The Red Sand Project is an art collective organized by Molly Gochman which asks the public to participate and help raise awareness for modern-day slavery by pouring red sand into sidewalk cracks and then document the photos using the #RedSandProject hashtag.
Kutcher has long been an advocate for the defense of children from sex trafficking rings, and in fact he co-founded (alongside his then-wife Demi Moore) Thorn, an organization that campaigned to end sex trafficking across the globe.
If this tyke in his pic is Wyatt, Ashton and Mila sure picked the perfect occasion to mark her digital debut. She's helping to better the place already.