Eden Wood, a 17-year-old American model, gained worldwide fame at the age of 4 when she won her first beauty pageant.
Her career in the world of beauty pageants led her to win hundreds of titles before turning 6, generating significant earnings for her mother.
This success has raised concerns that Eden may have lost her childhood, working long hours in competitions and fashion shows.
Today, at 17, Eden appears more mature for her age and has a substantial following on Instagram. She also has future plans to open a store that will sell children’s products.
However, some people believe that the makeup used in her photos makes her look older than she actually is, fueling further discussions about her growth journey.
There are those who believe that her mother denied Eden a normal childhood, pushing her to become an adult too soon through the competitive world of fashion and beauty pageants.
Eden’s story raises interesting questions about the boundaries between the world of child entertainment and childhood itself, sparking a debate about the protection and well-being of children involved in competitive fields from a young age.