Aussie celeb Rachael Finch has complained about the perils of children’s parties where there is no sushi or fruit on offer – revealing she fills her daughter up on ‘healthy food’ before she attends kiddie get togethers where unhealthy chicken nuggets and hot chips are slopped up instead.
'Before she has left the house, we have filled her up with good food and she understands that it is a treat,' the star said of her daughter Violet on The Morning Show.
The child, who was raised on a sugar-free diet, is now in uncharted territory as more of her little friends invite her over for parties.
'Those first couple of years are quite easy because they do not go to many birthday parties. I love that,' she said.
'I feel it is my responsibility as a mother to try and control it as much as possible, sit at the beautiful foundation at home with the understanding of wholesome, real ingredients and now that she is going to more birthday parties, it does start to get a bit tricky.
'There's hot chips and nuggets, and sweets and lollies on the table. I do make sure, before she has left the house that we have filled her up with good food and she understands that it is a treat.’
Rachael previously told Stellar magazine that her daughter’s diet is very important to her.
'For the first two-and-a-half years of her life Violet didn't know what sugar tasted like, and she still hasn't had lollies,' she said, before warning, 'sometimes at birthday parties, parents don't have sandwiches or sushi or fruit.’