Earlier this week, Kristin Cavallari posted an innocent photo of her family, only to be met with trolls telling her that she wasn’t feeding her children correctly. “Yep, I starve my children,” she wrote back. “Just blocked the most people I’ve ever blocked in my entire life. Happy 4th hahaha.” While she was able to shake off this incident, it’s definitely not the only time celebrity mothers have received unwarranted criticism from strangers online.
Chrissy Teigen has also put up with her fair share of such comments: She’s been told she shouldn’t go on date nights, and recently spoke out about the pressure to lose weight after delivering a child. That’s why she stood up for Cavallari after the recent public ousting:
Famous moms must be sick of this treatment. Take it from Kate Hudson, who admitted that she sometimes feels like a bad mom after struggling to balance work and family under the public lens. Or Insta-famous fit mom Chontel Duncan, who was told she was too thin during her pregnancy. Or model Tess Holliday, who was told she was too heavy during her pregnancy.
Olivia Wilde breastfed her son during a photoshoot, only to be told that she was insulting other women in the process. Then country star Jana Kramer was told she shouldn’t buy her child’s baby food and should make her own instead.
And then there’s mother-of-two Kim Kardashian, who gets criticized for everything down to the way she crops Instagram photos of her child.
These celeb moms probably don’t need help parenting their children, thank you very much. As Fergie says, “We I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T/ Do you know what that means?/ Can’t see me B-R-O-K-E/ I’m P-A-I-D,” These self-proclaimed MILFs (Moms I’d Like to Follow) definitely aren’t relying on Instagram comments to raise their famous kids.