Talia Oatway shares defiant message amid ongoing 'feud' with ex Aaron Chalmers
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Talia Oatway has taken to social media to post a defiant message amid rumours of an ongoing feud between her and ex Aaron Chalmers.
Alongside the clip she wrote: “At the end of the day all that matters is my children are healthy and happy [blue heart emoji] another day closer to getting you home.”
Talia’s post has since been flooded with messages of support from her followers, with one writing: “That look of pure love Oakley gives his Mamma! Sending love Talia.”
Another said: “I never usually comment on famous people's posts but you truly are an inspiration and being a mom myself makes you realise how precious our babies are. You’re so strong & Oakley is so beautiful. You got this momma!”
While a third commented: “I’ve been following your story since you posted last week. Absolutely in awe of yours and Oakley’s strength. What an amazing little boy. Sending so much love and positivity.”
The post, which was shared two days ago, comes amid rumours of a feud between her and her ex.
Yesterday, Aaron slammed Talia on social media in a now deleted video claiming: "People can see past your bullsh*t.”
Aaron's video briefly appeared to his 2.4m followers on Instagram, causing 31-year-old Talia to mention the involvement of lawyers.
"Everything has been watched that is posted online, especially when lies are constantly posted,” she said.
"My solicitors have been amazing."
Aaron shared the now-deleted video after Talia shared information on their youngest son on social media and showed his face for the first time.
Alpert Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder affects one in every 65,000-88,000 births and causes 'fusion of the skull, hands, and feet bones'. It is characterised by deformities of the skull, face, teeth, and limbs' according to information from Boston Children's Hospital.
Talia is now a regular at the hospital with her son, living on the ward and describing his health journey as some of the 'toughest months' of her life as she shared the first image of her child.
"I have been thrown into a medical world, with no forewarning, no time to prepare," she said.
"Only now I feel like I’m coming to terms everything, finally coping with how I’m feeling, embracing our new normal."
After explaining his condition she continued: "Oakley has a long road ahead, this is a lifelong journey and it isn’t going to be easy. But my boy, you have shown me how strong you are!
"You are brave and determined and I love you more than you’ll ever know. I hope that by sharing our journey I can raise awareness and support other medical families."