This baby has a wardrobe full of clothes worth more than you probably will ever own

This baby has a wardrobe full of clothes worth more than you probably will ever own

Avaya Hugo (aged 2) is an Instagram sensation already, with 69,600 followers (& rising) she is raking in the freebies, with over 500 free designer outfits and tons of free nappies, dummies etc etc totally £10,000

It just shows how desperate companies are to attract ‘cheap’ ‘free’ marketing, it costs a company very little to send a product for free in exchange for potentially 60,000 people learning about their brand.

Carly (the Mum): ‘It’s amazing – Avaya has more outfits in her wardrobe at 18 months than most women collect in a lifetime!

‘Some people say I’m being pushy by posting so many pictures of my baby, but I ignore them.

‘I haven’t needed to buy an outfit for Avaya since she was four months old.

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‘My other ‘mum’ friends can’t believe it. They get so jealous when they see whatever latest combo she’s wearing, and beg me to pass things on once Avaya outgrows them.

‘Avaya’s a naturally happy child and just loves being in front of the camera. It’s no surprise she’s got so many followers – she brings joy to so many people.’

‘Having Insta-famous daughters means we often get recognised when we go out all together with the pram. People have even created fan pages.

‘Like any mum, I thought my baby was gorgeous, but it was amazing that many people thought so too.

‘I thought Daniel might be against it, but he was really supportive – he could see that what I was doing wasn’t harmful or sinister – it was just about celebrating our gorgeous daughter.’

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All images and photos courtesy of https://instagram.com/carlyashton_/

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