Do not mess with Blake Lively's kids.
Recently the Hollywood Star Kids Instagram account posted a photo of Lively, her husband, Ryan Reynolds, and their three kids -- James, 6, Inez, 4, and Betty, 21 months.
E! reports that Lively immediately jumped on the post, noting: "This is so disturbing."
She continued: "I've personally shared with you that these men stalk and harass my children. And you are still posting. You said you would stop. You personally promised me. This is not casual appreciation. This is YOU also exploiting very young children. Please. Delete. Please. Some parents are ok with this. We. Are. NOT."
The post has since been deleted by the account.
Lively then took to her own Instagram account to thank those who have supported her in her stance.
"Thank you to everyone UNFOLLOWING accounts who exploit children," she wrote on her Instagram Story, per the outlet. "YOU make ALL the difference. Thank you for your integrity. Thank you."
This isn’t the first time the 33-year old "Gossip Girl" star took a swipe at those have aimed their cameras at her kids. Back in July, Lively dressed down a tabloid that posted a deceptive splitscreen pic of the "A Simple Favor" star and her kids.
According to People, the comment from Lively on the post read, "You edit together these images together to look like I'm happily waving. But that is deceitful. The real story is: My children were being stalked by a men [sic] all day. Jumping out. and then hiding."
She went on to say that a stranger even stepped in to try to help, disturbed by the situation.
"A stranger on the street got into words with them because it was so upsetting for her to see," Lively added. She went on to say that she attempted to "calmly approach" the photographer.
As E! Online also noted, in an age when so many celebrities clamor for any sort of social media attention, there are some who have been bucking that trend if it means their kids are involved.
In 2014, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard spearheaded the "No Kids Policy," through which media outlets agreed not to purchase and publish photos of celeb kids. Last May, fellow mom Sophie Turner asked for people to stop trying to photograph her and husband Joe Jonas' daughter, Willa.
"She is my daughter. She did not ask for this life, to be photographed," the “Game of Thrones” star said in a since-deleted video. "It's f--king creepy that grown old men taking pictures of a baby without their permission. I'm sickened, I'm disgusted and I'm respectfully asking everyone to stop following us around and stop trying to take pictures of our daughter and especially printing them."