Paloma Faith slammed for wearing 'offensive' bikini on Spain holiday
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Paloma Faith has divided her fans by wearing an ‘offensive’ bikini on a family holiday.
The 42-year-old shares two young daughters with Leyman Lahcine – with this Instagram caption seeming to confirm their split.
Paloma and Leyman dated for several years before marrying in 2017.
Starting off the post from her ‘single mum’ holiday with a gorgeous bikini snap, the actual design on her swimwear has upset some fans.
A triangle bikini in a pretty baby pink shade, the top is emblazoned with ‘Father’ and ‘Son’, with ‘Holy Spirit’ across the tie-side bottoms. This is of course, a reference to the Holy Trinity.
The singer’s swim set seems to be the same as the Praying for Adidas piece modelled by Addison Rae last summer – which also upset a lot of fans.
The American TikTok star’s set was priced at £82.
However, just like Addison, Paloma’s wearing of the set in the sun is being criticised as offensive to Christians.
One fan wrote: “Man that’s blasphemous you lost my support.”
Another Christian said it’s ‘just too much’.
Others also noted: “Love you… Don’t love the word placement on your bikini, kinda tacky and disrespectful.”
One even commented: “The wording on the bikini is not necessary and is provocative.”
But despite the odd slam that her bikini is offensive, other fans were absolutely loving it, writing: “That bikini is something else.”
One also put: “I love the bathing suit .... A woman's body is holy enough to create life ... Babies what is more blessed by God than that ... I see the bathing suit as a outward sign to respect a woman's body.”
Plenty wrote they ‘love the bikini’, calling Paloma ‘beautiful inside and out’.
Sharing lots of delicious-looking food snaps as well as even some photos from inside what appears to be a church, Paloma wrote a list of things she realised on her holiday.
This included the fact that she should ‘probably live in a place with a warmer climate’ as well as the fact that 'everything can wait’.
Paloma also wrote: “I love the company of my kids but it’s easier with others around, that I am blessed in a million ways and will always be grateful.”