Stacey Solomon hits back at troll who branded her ‘annoying’ as star says her busy family life means she has ‘no time’ for naysayers: ‘Their nastiness says everything about them’
Stacey Solomon has hit back at a troll who cruelly branded her ‘annoying’.
The Loose Women star, 33, had taken to her Instagram stories to slam the critic after they made the rude comment following an earlier clip she had shared.
Stacey previously posted a chaotic video in which she wished her followers a ‘happy Saturday’ before forgetting the time and having a dirty nappy thrown at her by husband Joe Swash.
The hilarious moment didn’t go down well with one follower, but Stacey was quick to pull them up on their ‘nasty’ remark, stating that her busy family life means she has ‘no time’ for naysayers.
Sharing a snap of herself as she cracked on with her cleaning, Stacey wrote: ‘The best thing about having 5 kids, 2 dogs and a Joe Swash is not having time for these types of people.
‘Never let anyone make you feel like crap. Their nastiness says everything about them and nothing about you.’
The former X Factor contestant also added a thoughtful quote which read: ‘You can’t be everyone’s cup of tea, otherwise you’d be a mug.’
Stacey is mother to Zachary, 15, and Leighton, 12, with her exes, while Joe has son Harry, 16, with his former partner.
The pair also have three children together, Rex, four, Rose, 22 months, and six-month-old Belle.
It comes after Stacey’s husband Joe hit back at criticism aimed at his wife Stacey after they jetted off on a luxurious £3,000-per-week getaway in Turkey.
The presenter, 41, responded to the trolling by insisting they ‘work hard’ to earn the chance to enjoy the breaks and ‘spend time’ with their family.
‘We’re in the public eye so you’ve got to take the rough with the smooth and not everyone is going to agree with us,’ he told The Mirror.
‘We work really hard and we try to take our kids on holiday. We only work hard so we can spend more time and do more things with our family.
‘People are going to have a go but it’s fine they’re allowed their opinion and we take it with a pinch of salt.’
His comments come after Stacey appeared to hit back at her haters urging them to ‘unfollow’ her if her posts don’t make them feel good.
In an Instagram story post, Stacey wrote: ‘I’ll do a little holiday Q&A while I’m on my way to work tomorrow night so feel free to ask away.’
The Loose Women star added: ‘If me sharing our holiday doesn’t make you feel good then unfollow or just mute me or something. I love coming on here and sharing things so much and I love our community on here.
‘All I ever want is to take you on the adventure with us and hopefully make you smile along the way.’