Laura Anderson mum-shamed after showing off newborn daughter Bonnie’s nursery
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People are flooding to social media in defence of Laura Anderson after trolls rained in on the ex-Love Islander over posts of her daughter's nursery.
Anderson - who appeared on season four of the ITV reality dating show - welcomed her first child, Bonnie, earlier this month on 2 September. Anderson shares her daughter with actor Gary Lucy - whom she met last year on E4's Celebs Go Dating.
Taking to Instagram over the weekend, Anderson shared a video of Bonnie's nursery, filling followers in on where she bought certain items from.
The video shows a beautiful 'dreamy nursery' with everything a baby could possibly need inside.
Everything is bright, fluffy and there's a cloud theme - a cloud light sign on the wall above baby Bonnie's bed.
The caption reads: "The Dreamy Nursery I never thought I’d have or actually use ☁️
"(Some tags below) Three Piece Furniture set from @mamasandpapas, Nursing Chair @iltutto, Nursing Pillow @dockatot, Bouncer @babybjorn, Cloud Sign @pampasbypost.
"Rug @therugseller, Lamp @amazon, Bronze Velvet Harness @bizzigrowin, Bear clothing @swans_and_bluebells."
Sadly, some people clearly didn't listen to their parents when they were told 'if you don't have something nice to say, say nothing at all' - taking to Anderson's post to have a go.
One user said: "No one needs a nursing [sic]. Who puts There baby in a nursing it’s for show."
A second commented: "Did u no your changing mat is upside down x the open part goes by baby’s head x so if they wee it catches at the bottom x"
"Your changing mat is upside down, has to go the other way round to catch the wee!" wrote a third.
"How do you know she isn’t using it like that," another of Anderson's followers quickly shot back.
On a photograph of Anderson breastfeeding Bonnie naked, one user criticised the TV star for not covering up.
They wrote: "You look naked @lauraanderson1x have some class and dignity as a mother."
Thankfully, other users sprung to her defence, one responding: "Why don’t you have some class and dignity and keep your invalid opinion to yourself. Jesus Christ!
"I hope you never have a daughter if you think it’s acceptable to speak to a woman that’s just had a baby like this. Horrible."
Tyla has contacted Anderson's representatives for comment.
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