New mum Charlotte Dawson hits back at 'idiot' troll who accuses her of 'always having her t**s out' after giving birth

New mum Charlotte Dawson hits back at 'idiot' troll who accuses her of 'always having her t**s out' after giving birth

CHARLOTTE Dawson has hit back at a troll who accused her of always having her "t**s out" after giving birth to her son.

The new mum has been inundated with messages since giving birth to her first child.

While the majority have been positive, there have been some nastier ones from trolls too.

Charlotte made it clear she didn't appreciate the abuse and even called out one of the haters.

Sharing a selfie from home, she wrote: "Also don't appreciate comments like why haven't you said his name and put a pic on yet.

"Just because I'm in the public eye and put myself out there, can I not have a little bit of time out and privacy? I've just had a baby FFS. Like any normal human being!!! It's so much pressure."

She then shared one of the offensive messages she'd received, which criticised her for posting breastfeeding images.

It read: "Privacy? But you've had your t**s out on almost every pic you've posted since he's been born. Can't claim you want privacy haha when your literally sharing the most special and precious moments with your baby to everyone since he's been born.

Charlotte fired back: "Lolz… cos I'm trying to show you all bits cos I'm excited, but keeping a few things back… and showing my breastfeeding journey. It's natural. Idiot honestly."

To celebrate her baby's birth, Charlotte tucked into a McDonald's after overcoming gestational diabetes.

The new mum tucked into a feast of treats including Haribo sweets, Mini Eggs, and bread rolls.

Charlotte called the delivery from fiancé Matt "heaven" after restricting her diet during the pregnancy because of her diabetes.

She shared her food order which included a double cheeseburger, chicken selects and Diet Coke.

During her pregnancy Charlotte had to inject herself with insulin four times a day, and at times it left her in tears.

Gestational diabetes is when a pregnant woman has high blood sugar and commonly occurs during the third trimester.

Matt was in a playful mood in the hospital, taking pulls of gas and air, before being told off.

Earlier this week he accidentally "let slip" their baby’s name.

A name tag reading "Prince" could be seen on his outfit in the first precious picture.

What is pregnancy related diabetes?

Pregnancy related diabetes – known as gestational diabetes – is when someone has high blood pressure that develops while pregnant.

  • It normally disappears after pregnancy
  • The disorder can begin at any stage of pregnancy, but is most common in the second or third trimester
  • It means the body cannot produce enough insulin – the hormone used to regulate blood sugar
  • It is treatable with insulin injections
  • People are more at risk if a parent or sibling has diabetes

Matt wrote alongside the snap of his baby boy: "The king is here."

He later added on Instagram: "Our boy in his mummy’s arms where he belongs! So proud of my girl @charlottedawsy.

"She was an inspiration today. Gutted I have to leave you both tonight, love you both forever."

Charlotte bravely posed for pictures during her eight-hour labour this as she sucked on gas and air from her hospital bed.

Revealing she had given birth, proud dad Matt said: "Baby and mum doing well! Thanks for the messages," the proud new dad posted on Instagram.

The new mum has been open about sharing her pregnancy with fans on Instagram and this morning her labour was no different as she appeared in snaps in her nightie with her hair scraped up into a no-fuss bun.

Proud Matt had his arm around her shoulder – and was clearly beaming with joy, despite his mouth being covered with a protective face mask.

He captioned the post: "We're all set ready for our little man!

"Charlotte's waters broke at 4.30, so proud of my girl @charlottedawsy she’s a trooper."

The little boy was born exactly a week before Charlotte's late dad Les Dawson's birthday on February 2.

The legendary comedian passed away from a heart attack in 1993 when Charlotte was just eight months old.

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