LUCY Mecklenburgh shared a series of cruel messages that she received from the same troll, calling her “fat” as well as a “disgusting, dirty cow” for breastfeeding posts.
The 29-year-old star was able to dismiss the nasty messages as she simply added a string of crying with laughter emojis when she posted the screengrab to her Instagram Story.
The busy working mum had been documenting her day of juggling 10-month-old son Roman with day-to-day errands when she was targeted by another follower in her DMs.
The critic, named Karen, replied to her Story: “You have one child, get a grip of yourself.”
Lucy pointed out the user’s name and added: “Gotta love a Karen!!” as she laughed off the abuse.
However, a second troll responded: “I agree with Karen. Get a f***ing grip, luv.”
The screenshot that Lucy shared showed a string of other nasty messages the follower had sent her.
Responding to a picture the former Towie star had posted in just a sports bra, with her toned abs on show, they’d written: “Omg you are so fat.”
And in response to a snap of Lucy breastfeeding Roman, they wrote: “Cover up while breastfeeding.
“It’s f***ing disgusting. Dirty cow.
“Poor little boy.”
Another message above that one, which was sent in October, read: “You are still fat.”
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Lucy did not acknowledge the vile messages, instead sharing a string of tickled emojis.
Roman is Lucy’s first child, who she shares with fiancé Ryan Thomas.
She regularly documents her motherhood journey with fans on social media, and has won praise for her to down-to-earth posts about the reality of being a new mum.