Alessandra Ambrosio poses with daughter Anja as she graduates middle school

Alessandra Ambrosio’s daughter, Anja, is growing up so fast!

The Brazilian supermodel shared a special glimpse at her look-alike daughter as she celebrated the 14-year-old’s middle school graduation Thursday.

Ambrosio’s video included a heartwarming moment from the ceremony when Anja was described as “an open and passionate actor, fun-loving friend [and] precocious and independent thinker.”

The former Victoria’s Secret Angel later captured her mini-me busting a dance move.

“And in a blink of an eye… she’s is in high school!!! 👩‍🎓Proud of u my baby girl 🌟💫👏,” she captioned the video on Instagram.

Anja also marked the occasion with a selfie video, writing, “graduation 🤍.”

Anja walking in a white dress.
The 14-year-old was praised during the ceremony for being a “fun-loving friend [and] precocious and independent thinker.”
Anja in the car.
Ambrosio celebrated the milestone, posting, “Proud of u my baby girl.”

Ambrosio shares her daughter and 10-year-old son Noah with her ex-fiancé, Jamie Mazur.

Anja’s big milestone comes nearly a year after the supermodel, 42, shared a sweet message to commemorate her daughter’s 14th birthday in August.

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“Happy birthday to the most amazing girl in this world @anjalouise.a.m !!! I’m so lucky to be your mom and my love for you is infinite…. I love you and I wish you all the things in your life cause u deserve it!!!!! 🎂💖✨,” she captioned a photo carousel on Instagram at the time.

Anja has already started following in her mother’s famous footsteps. In 2020, she appeared in a campaign for her mom’s swimwear brand, GAL Floripa, at age 12.

Alessandra Ambrosio with her daughter, Anja.
The Brazilian supermodel shares her daughter and 10-year-old son Noah with her ex-fiancé, Jamie Mazur.
Alessandra Ambrosio with her daughter, Anja.
Anja is already following in her mom’s footsteps as a model, appearing in a campaign for Ambrosio’s swimwear brand.

“Gal Floripa is all about embracing our femininity and celebrating bonds between women and there is nothing stronger than mother-daughter connection, so in celebration of that we decided to create a collection for mothers and daughters,” Ambrosio told People at the time.

Prior to that, Ambrosio spoke about supporting her children’s dreams no matter what path they choose to pursue.

“I want my children to do what they love, and if that’s modeling, then I would be there every step of the way to support them,” she told Harper’s Bazaar in 2018.

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