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Alessandra Ambrosio Brought Her Daughter To Coachella! But Their Good Time Has Been Marred By MAJOR Criticism!!!

alessandra ambrosio brought her daughter to coachella but their good time has been marred by this criticism

She may be a model mommy, but many are claiming her recent parenting skills are NOT to be modeled after!

Alessandra Ambrosio, who was already called out for cultural appropriation by Denny's, is now receiving other Coachella related critiques!

And this time it has to do with her adorable 5-year-old daughter Anja!!!

Alessandra brought her daughter to the music festival at least a couple of times, and they seemed to be having quite the time together!

On one adorable photo Alessandra wrote on Instagram:

"My favorite little person💖💖💖 #bff #coachella2014 #myangel #amor #familia"

And on the photo (above) she wrote:

"Royal @coachella #foreveronvacation"

But some are raving mad that this mother brought her daughter to a place where everyone knows lots of drugs and alcohol are being consumed!

One angry commentator wrote on Alessandra's Instagram page:

"I'm a young mom that enjoy music festivals as well, however there is a limit on bringing kids to a festival like this one where is full of druggies, drunkies, and of course a sexy environment that it's unnecessary to be exposed on this early age. Having a baby sitter watching them at the hotel would be the smartest parenthood action since the first weekend of the event wasn't enough for you."

Another wrote:

"That's terrible, I would never let me CHILDREN go to a festival where it's gonna be surrounded by drugs and people on drugs, it'll just make them curious."

And another person wrote:

"Not going to lie but inhaling all that weed, smoke, and dust storms is not for children."

Still, not everyone was against this mom's decision! At least this one user wasn't who wrote:

"Coachella is for all ages you morons!"

This definitely is a tricky issue, but maybe she just doesn't really care — it's her child to raise, not anyone else's! And it's true: Coachella IS all ages!!

Check out MORE photos of this mother-daughter trip (below) !!!

Should Alessandra Ambrosio have taken Anja to Coachella?

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Should Alessandra Ambrosio have taken Anja to Coachella?

  • No! Anja's way too young! (50%)
  • Yes! That's totally her call! (50%)

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16 comments to “Alessandra Ambrosio Brought Her Daughter To Coachella! But Their Good Time Has Been Marred By MAJOR Criticism!!!”

  1. 1

    I don't see anything particularly wrong with it. As long as her parents were sober and well aware of the child's needs, why not?

  2. Dan says – reply to this


    Ive been to many music festivals and concerts and people bring kids to them. Its not a big deal as long as the kid is taken care of and not left alone. It would be a fun experience, even for a child.

    Not to mention, she's clearly having the time of her life in that picture.

  3. 3

    I'm sure she wasn't the only one with kids there, when i went a few years ago, quite a few people had kids. But they all had headphones to protect their ears!

  4. 4

    I don't know if it's just a British thing, but there's areas specifically for kids at Glastonbury, Isle of Wight, all the big festivals. She's obviously having a ball, being taken care of and enjoying herself. My parents took me, my brothers and sister - who was four at the time - to the Isle of Wight festival in the UK and we all loved it.

  5. laila says – reply to this


    I dont know, people who complain think she is in the middle of the crowd?, you can clearly see she is in a separate place like a VIP section. Whats the problem? As long as she takes care of her daughter

  6. 6

    I don't know that I would take my son but mostly because I would probably be partaking in some of those activities. However as long as she was sober and her daughter was well taken care I don't see a big problem with it.

  7. @v@ says – reply to this


    I'm divided on this…earplugs for the child at least.

  8. Todd says – reply to this


    People are so ridiculous. Coachella has no age limit I went this year and saw multiple people with their children And last time I check the festival does however have a drug policy so anyone who will try and use that as a reason her daughter shouldn't be there should learn to follow a rule or two before they try and make some.

  9. Icky says – reply to this


    When Yo Gabba Gabba has done Coachella I don't think there's too much else to say. It's the drugged up people who should be ashamed for ruining an all-ages event.

  10. misty says – reply to this


    not a place for children…take you child to a kid concert but to a concert like this and we all know what took place at that concert is not a place for a young child..next time stay home with your child and create your own concert or go to a Disney movie…

  11. Amy says – reply to this


    People need to crawl out of the shelters they are surrounded by.
    She was with friends and family the whole time….not hanging by the steps rolling fatties and sipping Mad Dog.
    Get over yourselves and worry about your own children who will never experience life because of your constant sheltering.

  12. Amy says – reply to this


    AND who says her child doesn't have ear plugs or something? Can you see her fucking ear canals? NO!

  13. 13

    I'm more disturbed by the fact that she posted it #bff. Your five year old child should never be your friend. You are their PARENT and should behave as such.

  14. Me says says – reply to this


    There's nothing wrong with it. Everyone does it today. Yes as long as they were sober which both her and Jamie her fiancé looked it. They looked like they were having a great time. They're a beautiful family!!

  15. April says – reply to this


    So it is bad to take your child to a concert because of possible drug use but it is okay to take them to a sporting event? When was the last time you went to a sporting event and didn't see a ton of drunk ignorant people? So condemn a concert but not something like sporting events? Also, it is okay to take your child to MMA and boxing. Why is it right to see violence? I am sorry I would much rather my child see a little pot smoking then people beating the living crap out of each other. Kudos to her for actually taking responsibility for her kid and not pawning her off on someone else.

  16. Devante says – reply to this


    When I was a child, my parents often entertained their business clients. There was always lots of drinking and the inevitable bevy of drunks. We children were exposed to it from an early age but none of us turned out to be alcoholics or drunks. In fact, I seldom drink alcohol. I can remember thinking back then how ridiculous they looked and behaved and promised myself I would never be like that.
    The children exposed to drug addicts are not in danger if their parents are nearby and responsible and the children can see at first hand how idiotic people look and behave under the influence of drugs or alcohol