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Instagram Influencer Mom Leaves Kids And Husband In Coach While She Flies First Class



Instagram Influencer Mom Leaves Kids And Husband In Coach While She Flies First Class

Flying in the life of luxury is not for all kids as this influencer mother shares!

Naomi Isted, a fashion blogger and TV presenter from Essex, U.K. is not afraid to fly first class leaving her family to smaller seats in coach.

In a recent interview with INSIDER, Isted shared that she upgrades her seats alone because her kids are too young to appreciate first class.

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“I never personally experienced business or first until I was presenting a wine TV show in my 20s,” Isted, 40, told INSIDER.

She says that people shouldn’t fly first class unless they;

“appreciate and understand the value of money and hard work.”

She continues to make a solid point when it comes to bringing kids on flights whether first class or coach as kids can sometimes disturb other passengers.

“I personally think young kids shouldn’t be allowed in first class unless they’re really well behaved. Our daughter [is] nine and she could sit and read a book, she’s experienced luxury hotels and she knows how to behave. But my three-year-old is a boy, he’s wild, he’ll run around. I wouldn’t want to put people through that.”

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Thank you from all those people who are not fans of rowdy kids on airplanes.

“I don’t think it’s fair for people who’ve paid £10,000 ($13,100) for a seat to have a child running up and down, jumping in front of their face,” she continued.

However, when it comes to her husband, she says that if it’s just the two of them flying, of course, she will try to upgrade both of their seats.

“I’m sure some people will think, ‘Oh my God,’ but if you’re in a position where you have these kinds of opportunities, how do you teach your kids the value of money?” she said.

“I wasn’t handed anything on a plate as a child or a teenager,” Isted added. ” I’ve worked for everything I’ve got.”

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