Charlotte Dawson hit out at a vile troll who left a disgusting comment under one of her Instagram uploads.
The daughter of late comedian Les Dawson, 28, is expecting her first baby with fiancé Matthew Sarsfield and has been sharing updates with her social media fans.
The majority of her followers love to see snaps of her growing bump and often gush over her glowing look and share their excitement at her welcoming a tot.
But the MTV personality has revealed that not all of the commenters are kind, as she highlighted that one keyboard warrior left a nasty message under her latest gallery of posts that showed her posing in front of her Christmas tree.
Charlotte shared that she was “disgusted” as she read a message under the snap that read: “Let’s pray for a stillbirth.”
Alongside a screenshot of the comment, Charlotte penned: “Comments in my post like this, what the actual f***? Disgusting” and shared it to her Stories.
She then uploaded a video to her feed where she shared the tragic story of her mum experiencing a stillbirth prior to Charlotte being born.
She said in the footage, shared on Thursday: “Thank you for all your messages about that bl***y awful comment last night.
“What really annoyed me about that comment is that my mum has actually been through that so I’ve lost a brother and what these trolls don’t realise when they make these horrible comments is that we’ve been through that as a family.
“Obviously I wasn’t here when that happened, but people are so wrong, it’s disgusting.”
In August, Charlotte and Matthew announced they are having a baby.
The couple are expecting a baby boy and when they found out the news at their gender reveal party, Charlotte told OK! magazine : “So excited, we’re having a chuffing boy! We’re having a mini Matt!”
Then paying tribute to her late dad Les, Charlotte corrected herself by adding: “A mini Matt and a mini Les together!
“I just am so excited to have a boy! So excited! A mummy’s boy!”
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