Kristin Cavallari & 8 Other Stars Who Shut Down Mommy Shamers (PHOTOS)

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Kristin Cavallari & 8 Other Stars Who Shut Down Mommy Shamers (PHOTOS)

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Kristin Cavallari & 8 Other Stars Who Shut Down Mommy Shamers (PHOTOS)

We don’t often feel bad for beautiful, rich, and famous stars — but it’s a different story when it comes to their kids.

The social media generation has brought with it its share of “mommy shamers,” who feel they have the right to weigh in on how celebs mothers raise their children.

Luckily, many of these gals can defend themselves just fine on their own. Take Kristin Cavallari, for example, who had an amazing response to trolls this week.

She isn’t the only famous parent speaking out against the critics. Click through the gallery above for eight others who shut down shamers!

Kristin Cavallari & 8 Other Stars Who Shut Down Mommy Shamers (PHOTOS)
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Kristin Cavallari

Even though we're not in the states, were still celebrating ???? hope everyone has a fun and safe 4th! #MyGuys

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Kristin Cavallari

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The Hills alum received heat from followers for posting the above photo of sons Camden and Jaxon in July 2016, with some “worrying” the boys were too thin. Luckily, she doesn’t let such negativity get her down.

 

“I've had people shame me for different things and I honestly don't care,” she told E! News. “I'm so confident in what I'm doing that it doesn't affect me.”

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Chrissy Teigen

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Chrissy Teigen

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Chrissy has continued to expertly handle social media hate over the years. But after giving birth to daughter Luna in April 2016, she let hubby John Legend take over defense duty.

“Funny there's no dad-shaming,” he tweeted at the time. “When both of us go out to dinner, shame both of us so Chrissy doesn't have to take it all. We'll split it.”

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Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian

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Like her pal Chrissy, Kim K. is often publicly scrutinized. After posting the above nude selfie in spring 2016, followers somehow twisted it into her setting a bad example for daughter North and son Saint.

“I want [North] to be proud of who she is,” she wrote on her blog. “I don't want her to grow up in a world where she is made to feel less-than for embracing everything it means to be a woman. I am a mother. I am a wife, a sister, a daughter, an entrepreneur and I am allowed to be sexy.”

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Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway

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The judgment isn’t reserved for just parenting practices either! Anne Hathaway took on post-baby body shamers in an Instagram post over summer 2016, sharing a photo of her DIY cut-off shorts because “last summer's are just too dang short for this summer's thighs.”

She captioned, “There is no shame in gaining weight during pregnancy (or ever). There is no shame if it takes longer than you think it will to lose the weight (if you want to lose it at all).”

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Jana Kramer

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The Dancing With the Stars contestant dealt with an onslaught of negativity in June, when she posted a photo of a pile of baby food jars. Many followers commented, saying she should be making her own food for then-5-month-old daughter, Jolie.

She fired back on Instagram, “Unless you are Jolie’s doctor, her father, or her mom, do NOT tell me how to raise my child, or how to feed her. Sincerely, Jolie’s MOM.”

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Blake Lively

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Like fellow actress Anne, Blake doesn’t care for the pressure to lose weight after giving birth.

“It’s so unfair though, because it’s so celebrated,” she said in a recent interview. “I think a woman’s body after having a baby is pretty amazing.”

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Jillian Harris

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During her pregnancy with her son, Leo, the former Bachelorette was slammed for drinking coffee, to which she offered the following retort:

“I stopped drinking alcohol, I stopped partying, I don’t do Botox anymore … I’m going to drink my damn coffee! … I’m a grown adult. I think I know what’s right and what’s wrong.”

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Hilary Duff

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Possibly even worse than social media comments is the rude tabloid coverage. That was best demonstrated by a headline about Hilary Duff, calling her a “C-minus mother” for holding her son during a tantrum.

“Everything I do feels judged or picked apart, and the whole world gets to know about it,” she told Today of the story.

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Coco Austin

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Ice-T’s wife has not only been attacked for supposedly exploiting 10-month-old daughter Chanel, she’s also been accused of passing off her parenting to a nanny.

“Some assume since u have money and live in a ‘celebrity world’ that you don't do s—t!” she tweeted, then adding, “I don't have nannies or babysitters. I've been 100% hands on w/Chanel I also clean my own house & do my own laundry #100%wife.”

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We don’t often feel bad for beautiful, rich, and famous stars — but it’s a different story when it comes to their kids.

The social media generation has brought with it its share of “mommy shamers,” who feel they have the right to weigh in on how celebs mothers raise their children.

Luckily, many of these gals can defend themselves just fine on their own. Take Kristin Cavallari, for example, who had an amazing response to trolls this week.

She isn’t the only famous parent speaking out against the critics. Click through the gallery above for eight others who shut down shamers!