People say man is 'doing charity work' because he's hotter than his wife
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A woman has opened up about being trolled online for having a husband people think is more attractive than her.
She did so by sharing a video that features her looking lovingly at her husband while the voiceover says: "When are we gonna see insanely hot men with average-looking women?"
Opening up about their relationship, Hazel said that the pair met four years ago while on holiday in Tenerife, where she had worked as a killer whale trainer.
Hazel, who is now an author and podcast host, regularly makes content about her husband seemingly being better looking than her - as well as writing-related TikToks.
She was previously trolled by a social media user who wrote: "He is literally doing charity work by being with her."
But her video about her husband's good looks and her apparent lack of beauty received a mixed response online.
The video did not go unnoticed either, and at the time of writing, it's been liked over 1.6 million times.
Reacting to the video, many TikTokers took the view that Hazel was just as attractive as her husband.
"I don't see the average looking woman?" questioned one TikToker. "I see two GORGEOUS people."
"You're an absolutely beautiful woman," wrote a second while a third agreed adding: "You're not average."
Others, however, agreed that he was the better looking one.
"You right he's insanely hot fr [sic]," wrote one TikToker.
"You're living the dream," wrote a second, while a third remarked: "The math checks out."
One TikToker said Paul likely 'cares about inner beauty instead of looks.'
This prompted Hazel to reply: "Maybe because his personality is *average* and mine is *banging*."
Meanwhile, another user asked Hazel if Paul, who she married earlier this year and described as shy, ever makes her feel self-conscious.
"Nope! I am so secure in our relationship and in myself," she replied.
While some argued that Hazel was simply fishing for compliments with the TikTok, others did defend the author.
"When a man calls himself average he is being humble or funny but when a women does it it is fishing for compliments???" one questioned.
A second added: "Why are you people in the comments so offended what?"
In another video, Hazel said that she had 'married up' and questioned how she managed to land a man 'so hot' while showing off their wedding pictures.
Topics: Sex and Relationships