Helen Flanagan mum-shamed after sharing photos of her son's tantrum
The trolls are out in full force today.
I'm A Celebrity star, Helen Flanagan is under fire after sharing a snap of her youngest son, Charlie having a tantrum on her social media.
Helen shares three children - Charlie, Matilda and Delilah with her ex Scott Sinclair with whom she co-parents since their split last October.
She took to Instagram and posted a series of snaps of her and her son Charlie who seemed a little unhappy but some of her followers weren't impressed.
She wrote: "Charlie’s tantrums today were off the scale, trying to get pictures with my two-year-old."
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"Come off social media and spend more quality time with the kids"
However, some of Helen's followers thought she shouldn't have posted these snaps with many blaming the mum-of-three for Charlie's outburst.
One cruel follower wrote: "You’re why he has tantrums Helen the same as Delilah has tantrums. You are so overbearing and in their face all the time.
"I bet they don’t have tantrums like that when they’re with Scott and his mum?
"You said before that Delilah won’t let you out her sight and has to sleep with you, what did she do on holiday with Scott when you weren’t there?"
Other heartless people jumped on the bandwagon too.
One said: "I said this long ago needs to come off social media and spend more quality time with the kids. They won't thank her for showing every second of their day publicly it's not a normal life for kids.
"Why do you constantly ask your kids for kiss after kiss...like it's not normal plus the way you talk to them is like you are talking to puppies...you need to act like there mum...they need tough love and discipline."
Helen is a fantastic mum and herself and Scott are co-parenting to the best of their abilities.
They were together for 13 years until they split last year but Helen recently said they're getting used to co-parenting together and are really trying to make things work for their kids.
Helen said they are committed to "co-parenting their kids as a family unit."