Alessandra Ambrosio shows daughter Anja how to do it right

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It’s not about “instant gratification” that’s the message supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio was trying to convey to four-year-old daughter, Anja, and it seemed to be sinking in.

Mother and daughter team were seen out and about in the Los Angeles area on Monday morning wearing almost identical outfits as they left a coffeehouse each holding a sweet treat and some drinks. Cute Anja was all smiles as she held a pastry in her hand patiently waiting for the right moment as she walked beside her pretty mummy who was doing the same. Alessandra looked picture perfect in a pair of pink sweatpants, a navy zip-up jacket and Ugg boots while mini supermodel wannabe Anja showed off her style sense in a purple hooded top, black leggings and printed trainers.
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As far as style sense goes, Alessandra told Harper’s Bazaar last August in an interview, “I like to dress pretty basic during the day, but with a sophisticated bohemian spin and sometimes a little rock chic.” And we have nothing to complain about as far as her style sense goes, do we? And believe it or not, fledgling Anja has her own style sense too according to her mother. Alessandra said, “I always ask her, what color do you prefer? Which bag should I take? She’s always giving me opinions and I love her opinions, she’s adorable. Oh I don’t dress her. She dresses herself, are you kidding me? That ended when she was a year and a half.” Are you kidding us? At a year and a half seems a little young for anybody but moving on…..She added, “When I put her in an outfit, she wouldn’t like it and I would have to dress her in what she wanted. She has her own style and it’s cute you know, nothing matches with anything but it’s the most adorable thing you can think of.”

Looks like the little fashionista has a mind of her own and knows exactly what she wants. That could be a good thing in some ways and it also looks like “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree,” and in this case it’s much closer than it seems.
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By
T. J. Mueller