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Lucy Mecklenburgh has furiously hit out at a troll, telling them to keep their opinions about parenting to themselves after she received a mum-shaming message.
New mum Lucy, who shares adorable son Roman with fiance Ryan Thomas, shared a screenshot of the criticising message her own Instagram story, which she received on Instagram from the anonymous user.
The first message to Lucy, 28, read: “Plz dont put baby in that sleep bag. Let him be free!
While the second added: “Plus its so hot right now.” [sic]
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The troll appears to be referring to Lucy’s previous posts which sees Roman laying down in a sweet white sleeping bag with grey pictures of cartoon animals including lions, zebras and giraffes on.
As Lucy, who recently shared her health fears for son Roman after he had a “stiff body”, posted the photo of the anonymous message, she hit back at the critic by writing on top: “Did I ask for your opinion? Nope!
“He loves it & we have air con upstairs. My baby my choice”, followed by a waving emoji.
Despite one troll’s criticising comment, Lucy revealed she had received a number of messages asking where the sweet sleeping bag was from.
In another Instagram story post, former The Only Way Is Essex Star Lucy shared a photo of the item and wrote below it: “Sooo many DM’s about Romans sleeping bag.
“I love anything with animals on!”
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She continued: “He’s wearing 0-6m & it’s 1.0tog”.
The mum then added a swipe up link for her followers to get the look for their own tots.
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