Dawn O'Porter considered taking her son to Glastonbury after watching a programme about parenting.
The 37-year-old presenter - who has one child, 22-month-old Art, with husband Chris O'Dowd - tuned into 'Anne Robinson's Britain' on Thursday (09.10.16) and seeing the different ways people raise their kids gave her food for thought.
She quipped: "This show about parenting is making me want to take my kid to Glastonbury festival & give him his first cider. He's 1 #annerobinsonsbritain (sic)"
But it seems not all of the parenting styles met with dawn's approval.
She tweeted: "I AM NOT JUDGING. I AM NOT JUDGING. I AM NOT JUDGING. OK I AM JUDGING #annerobinsonsbritain (sic)"
However, she was a fan of some of the parents.
She posted: "I like the one who lets her kids lick trees. And Lorraine Candy.
"I like the one who is raising badasses as well. She's cool. It felt hardcore but her reasoning is pretty damn sound #annerobinsonsbritain (sic)"
Sadly for Dawn, if she does decide to take her family to the world-famous music festival next summer, she may not be able to as tickets sold out within an hour of going on sale yesterday (09.10.16)
Festival organiser Emily Eavis tweeted: "Tickets have now sold out. Thank you for your huge support and loyalty and we are sorry to those who missed out."
Tickets this year cost £238 plus a £5 booking fee, though fans - who were able to buy up to six tickets online each - don't have to pay the full balance until early next year.
The line-up won't be announced until closer to the festival takes place in June, but Daft Punk and Kraftwerk are strongly rumoured to be headlining.