In an article written for The Huffington Post, Curtis expressed concern for the children of celebrities who've had to publicly endure the demise of their parent's relationship - or be exposed as a "love child."
"I am, of course, concerned about how we all are fixated on the children. Looking for expressions of anger and hurt in their sweet faces that the adults have caused them. I'm sure the news media that first posts the images of these children we are hearing about will get rewarded by millions flocking to see if there is a resemblance. We should all be ashamed of ourselves. They are children. They are innocent. We are damaging their lives by our curiosity... All of my friends' children were born in love. They are all love children. Why do we only use that term for children born out of wedlock? Aren't all children born from marriage born from love? Are we still so locked in the past that legitimacy is determined [by a] marriage certificate? What about DNA? I urge us all to leave them alone. Let them tell us what they want to tell us when they want to tell us what they want to tell us, if they want to tell us."
Given her lineage, she should know.