Stacey Solomon has filmed herself "having a poo" while slamming cruel trolls who claim she doesn't keep her children warm enough.
The mum-of-three took to her Instagram Stories to tell all the haters, who she calls "Susans", that she'd like to ease their minds of the concern they feel for her kids Zachary, 11, Leighton, seven and nine month old Rex.
The first shot sees the Loose Women panellist, who recently showed off an amazing cleaning hack to mop the floors, sitting in the bath, relaxing as her braids submerge in the water.
The 30 year old starts her miniature rant by telling her 2.9 million followers: "There does seem to be an ever-growing concern amongst the Susans of the world about the temperature of my kids.
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"Not enough blankets, school shorts instead of school trousers so I just wanted to put their minds at ease."
The clip then suddenly cuts off and the next scene shows Stacey on the toilet as she says she simply doesn't "have time" to "put their minds at ease" as she's got to finish her business on the loo.
She continued: "Sorry Susan I don’t actually have time to put your mind at ease, I didn’t have time to argue about the school shorts this morning and I forgot a blanket on the school run this afternoon."
The TV star, whose pal Linda Robson recently revealed Stacey took her to rehab after a breakdown, added: "Now I am sitting here finishing a poo I started at 6 am. Happy Monday!"
This isn't the first time Stacey has mentioned her bowel movements to the public as recently she opened up about the "gruesome" first time she went to the toilet after giving birth, branding it the "most scariest".
She was discussing childbirth on ITV's Loose Women after the decision to not air an advert following the Oscars showing postpartum recovery which was branded "too graphic".
Stacey said the advert "shows the truth" of what new mums go through in the days after childbirth.
She argued: "It's just the truth, it shows what most women do after they have had a vaginal birth.
"They have to crawl to the toilet as if everything's about to fall out of their vagina and pour water down the toilet when they're going for a wee because it's so painful.
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"You've either got stitches or… Basically a human has come out of there and ruined it."
The former X Factor star then opened up on her "first poo post-birth", saying she "thought her entire insides were going to fall out".
"The only thing the advert didn't show was the first poo post-birth, Stacey explained.
"It's genuinely the most scariest ever. I felt like my entire insides were going to fall out."
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