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They first bonded and became friends thanks to their similar experiences of life in the public eye.
So Stacey Solomon, 31, didn't hesitate to jump to her fellow Instagram star Mrs Hinch's defence when trolls attacked the cleaning sensation on social media.
After the social media star, 30, shared her thoughts on being criticised for her parenting, Stacey told her her “never give anyone the power to bring you down”.
Her support came after Mrs Hinch shared a snap of Ronnie along with a passionate defence of her parenting skills.
She wrote: "Sorry for this long rant but 'Comparison is the thief of joy' is an old saying that’s been Instagrammed and retweeted many a time… And this CERTAINLY doesn’t exclude parenting!
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"There will always be another child who is smarter, more athletic, more talented, more obedient than yours, as well as kids who aren’t as smart, athletic, talented, obedient as yours."
The soon to be mum of two, who has launched an exclusive affordable collection with F&F, continued: "I really am fed up of seeing passive aggressive messages and comments, 'does your child even speak yet Sophie', 'you need to cut Ronnie's hair', 'Ronnie should be counting by now', 'why haven’t you shown Ronnie much today on your stories', 'you film your child too much'. We simply cannot win.
"So please to those people following me that are not supportive of others and are only here to criticise and find faults in other people … Please STOP and put your energy elsewhere."
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The blonde beauty went on to urge her followers to show more support to one another instead of bringing each other down on social media.
"Every single child is a blessing, is unique, is special, is beautiful and developing at different stages to one another!" she wrote.
"Some moments as parents we fall and have to pick ourselves back up ,so in those darker moments show support, give advice and simply be kind instead of making someone feel worse about themselves!"
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Sophie then talked about how "very blessed" she felt to be a mum and have her son.
She explained: "I thank my lucky stars every single day I wake up because some parents just like you and me are living nightmares right now, praying for miracles, and just praying for another day with their baby."
And in a final message to her fans she explained: "We should ALL be supporting each other. OUR Babies are ALL blessings! And that is all.”
Her words clearly struck a nerve with mum of three Stacey, who like Mrs Hinch shares much of her home life online.
Stacey told Sophie she is an “incredible mum” to Ronnie, writing: "It’s exhausting when people pick your parenting apart. We’ve spoken about it before and I’ll say it again… These are the same people who would moan if it was the other way around."
And she told Sophie those criticising her were likely unhappy in their own lives.
She said: "The only way they hope to fill that void is by attempting to bring someone else down to their level of misery.
“It’s not worth an ounce of your time or energy. You are an incredible mum. I watch you with Ron and Henry and all I ever think is oh my goodness what lucky boys to have such loving parents who adore them And love them so much.”
The Loose Women presenter finished off by writing: “Never let anyone make you feel any different. Don’t give anyone the power to bring you down.
“Block. Ignore. Delete. You are enough. Always have been. Always will be. Those comments in no way define you. love you to the moon and back.”
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