Charlotte Dawson has fiercely defended herself against trolls after she was slammed for putting a mobile phone charger in her newborn baby’s cot.
The 28 year old gave birth to her first child with fiancé Matt Sarsfield, a baby boy named Noah, earlier this month.
But she has now faced criticism after she shared a video of the newborn in his cot with a mobile phone charger hanging over the edge and into his sleeping space.
Former Ex On The Beach star Charlotte returned to social media after receiving a barrage of messages about the video, addressing the negativity she had received.
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After sharing the gorgeous video of Noah laying in his cot, she returned to address her 1.1million followers.
She said: “One thing, right, I’ve had so many messages about that video I put up with Noah in his cot, and a charger is in his cot slightly, nowhere near him.
“Because I was charging my phone literally for two minutes and I went like that,” she explained as she showed herself leaning over. “And then I took it straight out.”
The daughter of late comedian Les Dawson continued: “Honestly, people need to shut up. I’m not stupid, I’m not an idiot.
“Honestly, chuff off,” she added before taking a bite out of a burger.
Charlotte’s recent upload comes just days after she proudly showed off her post-baby body, saying she has “embraced” her stretch marks.
Three weeks after giving birth, the reality star posted before and after snaps in which she can be seen wearing matching black lingerie as she cradles her baby bump days before giving birth.
In another photo, the brunette beauty poses in the same lingerie with her “tiger stripes” visible.
In the caption, she said: “A few days before I gave birth vs 3 weeks tomozza post patrum pantrum [sic],” followed by a red heart emoji.
The first time mum continued: “I miss my bumpalicious but I’m soooo happy I’ve got our boyo here now… [sic]” with a family emoji and an angel baby emoji.
Speaking on how her body has changed since carrying and giving birth to her baby, she added: “I’ve learnt to love my tiger stripes, my stretch marks..
“I carried my beautiful cherub for 9 months, I will embrace them & love them [praying hands emoji] and I want all my fellow preggo birds to feel the same… love you all [sic],” alongside another red heart emoji.