Paramedics Called For Matt Damon's 6-Y-O Daughter NSW Beach
It's a rite of passage for pretty much every Australian but Matt Damon's poor six-year-old daughter copped a painful injury at NSW's Byron Bay yesterday.
The actor, his wife Luciana and their four daughters have been holidaying at the famous beach town and hanging out with fellow Hollywood heartthrob Chris Hemsworth and his family.
Unfortunately little Stella Damon had a run in with a jellyfish while splashing about at The Pass Beach, prompting her famous dad to call local paramedics to treat her injury.
According to The Courier Mail, Stella's screams could be heard as she made her way back up onto the beach, and Damon ran to a local cafe to get some ice while they waited for treatment.
The incident seemed to mark the end of the group's trip the beach, as the two families packed up and headed home.
The Damon family have been in Australia since last Saturday, staying with Hemsworth, his wife Elsa Pataky and their three little 'uns in Byron.