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Charlotte Dawson has slammed cruel trolls who called her three-month-old baby Noah "ugly".
Charlotte, 28, welcomed Noah in January this year with fiancé Matt Sarsfield, and ever since she has been praised for sharing the realities of motherhood on social media.
But sadly, Charlotte - and even Noah - have also received vile trolling online.
"I mean, who does that to a new mum?" Said Charlotte, in an interview with New magazine.
"Someone had a go at me for eating Nutella because I'd had gestational diabetes when I was pregnant. I was eating it out of the jar - maybe that's what they didn't like?"
Charlotte explained she was even in tears over the upsetting comments.
But shockingly, trolls have also targeted Noah, with Charlotte previously telling The Sun that she called out a troll online, who called Noah "ugly".
"I put the picture of Noah on Instagram last night and a girl who actually has quite a lot of followers on Instagram put, 'Well you have got a f****** ugly kid'," she said.
"Wow. I publicly humiliated that girl because I think if you write that on my Instagram then I will out you.
"I have messages saying, 'I feel sorry for him that he has got you as a mum', and stuff like that. I just think, how can you be nasty to a baby? How can you say these comments? Don't be nasty, you don't know what is going through people's heads. What is so bad about me? I am a good mum, I am trying my hardest. People are just awful."
Charlotte - who is the daughter of comedian Les Dawson - is often praised by fellow mums for sharing candid snaps and videos of the realities of being a new mum.
Earlier this month, she told Tyla women should embrace their postpartum bodies.
"I don't want to put pressure on myself," she tells Tyla over Zoom. "I just want to embrace this post-partum body. Yeah, I do have stretch marks. But I'm not going to beat myself up about it, because I want to enjoy my time with my little cherub.
"I think there's a lot of pressure on young girls to look a certain way nowadays. And it should be about being healthy.
"After literally going through labour, who wants to be back in the gym, on the treadmill, doing exercises and eating completely healthy?
"I just want to embrace this postpartum body and want other women to see its okay, it's normal."
We think Charlotte is doing an incredible job!
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