Thu. Jun 13th, 2024

A BABY girl has earned her first million at the age of six months through promotions on social media.

Little Lua’s influencer mum has made her Insta-famous with more than two million followers of her own already.

NewsflashLua is already a millionaire in Brazil at the age of six months[/caption]

NewsflashLua has already secured advertising gigs for giants like Natura, Pampers, and Beep Saude[/caption]

NewsflashBrazilian blogger Viih Tube puts all of her daughter’s earnings in Lua’s account[/caption]

Brazilian blogger Viih Tube has 30 million followers on Instagram and has launched her baby girl as an influencer in her own right.

And she revealed Lua has now earned one million Reals (£162,700) from filming commercial content with her mother.

She bragged online that she puts all of her daughter’s earnings in her account for the future.

Viih said: “A lot of people said: ‘Wow, really?’ And so, I know that not all parents do this, but it is the right thing to do.”

Following in her mother’s steps, Lua has gained over two million followers on Instagram under the name ‘pequenalua’ (Little Moon).

The little star has already secured advertising gigs for giants like Natura, Pampers, and Beep Saude.

Viih also invested in a children’s clothing brand, named Baby Tube.

But Viih is worried about the early success of her daughter.

Lua will not even remember where the money came from by the time she gains access to it.

Viih said: “I’ll show her that it was from work.

“I will have to have financial education for my daughter because she will already be born with many privileges.

“It worries me, but it comforts me too.”

The influencer also explained that the law requires the money to be put into the child’s account.

It is part of the process to obtain a permit for a baby to participate in the advertisement.

Child labour in Brazil is prohibited until the age of 16, according to the International Labor Organisation.

Sandra Regina Cavalcante, professor of Labor Law and Vulnerable Law, told local media: “The judge can, subjectively, decide that part of the income earned by that child or teenager remains in a savings account.

“But it is at the judge’s subjective discretion. The law requires those responsible to manage the assets and take all necessary care so that [the work] is positive for the health and safety of the child.”

NewsflashThe Brazillian law requires the money to be put into the child’s account[/caption]

NewsflashLua will not even remember where the money came from by the time she gains access to it[/caption]

NewsflashLua has gained over two million followers on Instagram under the name ‘pequenalua’ (Little Moon)[/caption]

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