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Stacey Solomon has been praised by her followers after hitting back at a cruel troll who criticised the hair on her baby bump.
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The Loose Women panelist and former X-Factor contestant is heavily pregnant with her fourth child, and celebrated with a baby shower over the weekend.
The 31-year-old shared an adorable snap of her dog, Theo, cuddling her bump on instagram Stories.
And while most people were happy for Stacey and her now fiancé Joe Swash, one troll sent a series of vomiting emojis with the message: “Has the dog got a moulting problem and malted [sic] all on your belly or is that just how hairy you are.”
Not having any of it, Stacey replied: “Did the school run, made them some food and sat down to read your messages and I can’t stop laughing at this one. I think the hairs make it even cuter to be honest.”
Stacey said in the Instagram video: “Theo doesn’t moult at all, it’s just my beautiful pregnancy belly and I always thought it was really cute! My little furry bump.”
In another story Stacey shared dozens of supportive messages form her fans. One fan said they “really appreciate” her sharing her bump. They added: “I’ve had a hairy tummy since my teens and I’ve always thought it was just me! I’ve never seen anyone else show theirs and I’m 30 now! If I’d seen it as a teenage it would have made such a difference.”
Another woman shared: “I mitt my hairy pregnancy belly”.
“I love that you posted a hairy tum.”
Stacey then shared another picture of her bump on her main Instagram page and she received lots of support from her fans and famous friends and colleagues.
Loose Women panelist Nadia Sawalha said: “So excited for you hunny… can’t wait to rub that bump one last time!”
The Saturdays singer Mollie King shared: “You look beautiful.”
Solomon previously proudly displayed her “furry” bump and stretch marks when she was pregnant with her youngest son Rex.
Body hair during pregnancy is very common and it usually goes away after birth.
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