STACEY Solomon has hit back at trolls who have said she should be ‘ashamed’ of Rex’s ‘filthy’ clothes.
Stacey opened up about what it’s like to deal with nasty comments from mum-shamers online on her Instagram story.
The telly favourite, 30, has joined forces with C&G baby club to support their latest campaign Love Don’t Judge.
She said: “I feel like we get judged all of the time as parents.
“Only yesterday someone was telling me how filthy Rex’s clothes are and that I should be ashamed.
“I laugh but sometimes it can make you feel really alone and that you’re doing a rubbish job.
“So basically they’re just encouraging people to share their judgements and their stories so that they don feel alone and realise that we’re all in this together and we’ve got each others backs.”
She added: “Don’t be so hard on yourself, honestly if it makes you feel any better, Rex has eaten his own poo before.”
Over the years the X Factor star has received harsh judgement over her parenting styles with her sons, Zachary, 12, and Leighton, eight and more recently, with Rex, who she shares with boyfriend Joe Swash.
Speaking about her partnership with the specialist baby food brand, Stacey added: “From comments about me weaning Rex too early to not keeping him warm enough at nap time, I know what it’s like to be on the receiving end of negativity and wish there was more love than judge online.
“It’s so important for parents to find out what works for them and their babies – it’s about trusting your instincts.
“That’s why I’m proud to be working with C&G baby club to help get the nation talking about judgement and help to put an end to it for good.
“To all the Susans out there, we’re doing what we believe is best for our little ones, so please help us by high-fiving us along the way.”
The mum-of-three decided to wean Rex off milk at five-and-a-half months and fans thought that was way too early.
She’s also been criticised for cuddling the tot too much – with loads of them saying it’s not a good thing to do before he goes to sleep.
However, her hard work and loving nature hasn’t been left unnoticed by her followers.
Others have praised her for doing a great job and love the fact she shares her parent hacks on Instagram.
Some include her incredible animal-shaped fruit snacks that help encourage her three boys to eat healthily.
Just last week Stacey decided to take a break from social media after previously admitting that she needed a time out because she was being affected by cruel messages from trolls.
But she soon perked up when she got a visit from BFF Mrs Hinch and her son, Ronnie, on Sunday afternoon.