Transcript for Gisele Bundchen Takes Her Daughter, 1, on Helmetless ATV Ride
We continue now with those snapshots of supermodel gisele bundchen sparking heated conversation this morning by riding around in an all-terrain vehicle with her 1-year-old daughter in her around, no helmets on either of them. Abc's cecilia vega has the story. Reporter: These a supermodel mom but is this model behavior? This morning some moms are fired up about these photos of gisele bundchen, snapped over the weekend during a beach trip to costa rica. That's the brazilian bombshell driving a four-wheeler one hand on the handlebars, the other holding daughter vivian lake. So the 1-year-old toddler is strapped into a baby carrier, no one is wearing a helmet. My paups started sweating because that just looks terrifyingly unsafe. Reporter: A representative for the model tells abc "gisele was on a private beach driving very, very slowly." The model has been a lightning rod for parenting controversy. There was the time she said breast-feeding for six months should be a worldwide law. And most recently with this instagram post, the model nursing while getting glammed up by her team. Gisele writing "what would I do without this beauty squad after the 15 hours flying and only 3 hours of sleep." And now this. I think we're used to seeing her as this extremely nurturing and careful parent. This makes her look less careful. Reporter: Other celebrities have made headlines having their kids at the wheel. Retired motorcycle racer took his daughter willow out last fall and in 2006 britney spears drove with her infant son on her lap saying she did it because she was scared of the aggressive paparazzi. Even gisele has seen this controversy before. The model and her quarterback star husband tom brady on a quad last year, baby vivian cruising with them. May be a supermodel who loves four-wheeling but some say this is no role model move. For "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles.
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