Mum-shamers, beware – Myleene Klass wont take your trolling lying down.
Some of her followers claimed she was setting unrealistic standards for when mothers should return to work after giving birth.
Well, the 41-year-old has heard the gloom merchants opinions, taken them in and rejected them.
A day after the backlash, she hit back at her critics by sharing a clip of baby Apollo chilling in his carrier at the radio studios once again, which she captioned: Booth baby.
Just in case the trolls really werent clear that Myleene doesnt care what they have to say, she borrowed a sassy lyric from Beyonces 2011 anthem Run The World (Girls).
Sharing a snap of herself in work, she wrote: Strong enough to bear the children, then get back to business.
The controversy kicked off earlier this week when Myleene posted a photo of herself nursing Apollo during her 10am to 2pm radio presenting slot at Smooth FM, alongside the caption #workingmamas.
Some of her followers hit back in the comments, saying she wasnt helping mothers with normal jobs.
One wrote: Im not sure how I personally feel about this.. It puts new mums under pressure I feel. Being a mother to a new born is pressure enough. But work after 6 weeks?
Another added: Your little boy is lovely and I am thrilled for you. But back at work at six weeks, give it a rest!!!!
They went on: Youre really not helping us Mums with normal, real jobs! Tell it like it is Myleene, its all a wee bit s**t in the beginning!
Myleene actually returned to work three weeks after Read More – Source