Norman Reedus and his partner Diane Kruger don’t often share photos that give a glimpse into their private life, but the 50-year-old “The Walking Dead” star recently shared a hilarious snap on Instagram.
The photo shows Kruger attempting to contain their young daughter on a flight. It seems they’re trying to entertain her with in-flight magazines, but clearly it’s not working out so well. “VACAY,” he sarcastically wrote in the caption.
PopCulture.com notes that some of Reedus’ “Walking Dead” co-stars left comments on the post:
Alanna Masterson, who played Tara, wrote “I know that flight well,” while Alexandra Breckenridge, who played the long-dead Jessie, added “Yup! Looks about right!” Nadia Hilker, who joined the show in season nine as Magma, simply wrote “Hahaha.”
Fans got in the act, as well. “safe travels! and I hope your little one won’t be too excited during the flight haha,” one wrote.
“Not such a thing with a baby around. Enjoy the time with family Mr. Reedus. Much love from México,” another said.
“Boy, you better put that phone down and help that pretty momma!” someone else joked.
“Such a funny and recognizable picture. Enjoy these sweet crazy moments!” a fourth replied.
The family of three typically does not like photos of their child being made public. In January, Kruger begged the public not to post photos of their baby after images of her were leaked and shared on social media.
“Dear fans, dear non fans, dear paparazzi and anyone with a conscience. We were just tagged in these paparazzi pictures of me and our daughter. These pictures were taken without our consent and expose a vulnerable and innocent baby,” Kruger wrote on Instagram at the time.
“While we understand that some people would like to see a picture of our daughter, we as parents, want nothing more than allow her to grow up in privacy and safety,” she continued.
“Me and [Norman Reedus] would kindly ask you not to repost these pictures and help us achieve that goal,” she wrote. “Whoever has already posted them, please take them down. Please put yourself in our shoes. We are just like any parent wanting the very best for our child. Thank you for your support.”