Woman attracts criticism after attending her daughter's baptism in see-through dress

Aby Rivas
Nov 07, 2018
08:14 P.M.
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Gisela Berger, a famous Argentinian model and TV host, has caused controversy on the South American country thanks to the revealing outfit she chose to wear on her daughter’s baptism party.


The 28-year-old model has been in the eye of Latin media and gossip sites after people have been criticizing the see-through dress she wore on her 1-year-old daughter Francesca’s baptism.



It was the first time that Berger and her partner, Argentinian ex-president Daniel Scioli introduce their child to the public, and while the focus should have been on the girl, Berger stole the spotlight putting her post-partum body on display, according to Clarín.

Gisela is used to be in the eye of the hurricane after she married Scioli, a politic that is 33 years her senior.


The controversial couple threw an intimate bash for little Francesca, and some selected news media were there to immortalize the moments. When photos of the party saw the light, people started to attack the new mom, deeming her outfit inappropriate for the occasion.

She wore a long see-through dress decorated with flowers that left little to the imagination. However, she used nude undergarment to conceal her naked body and completed the look with a white choker and high heels.



Francesca’s parents have been the main dish on the South American country gossip news for the last year. Gerber announced in May 2017 that her husband was cheating on her, and published some intimate texts she had found on Scioli’s phone with his mistress.

Later, the man announced publicly that Gisela was pregnant, and she retaliated by revealing that the man asked her to interrupt the pregnancy.


A few months later, Gisela moved to a little town to find some peace, as she focused on her pregnancy. She revealed that through that time, Scioli kept asking for forgiveness, but she was still thinking about it.

They got back together after Francesca’s birth but is clear that the polemic will always surround their family way one or another.