Chrissy Teigen is being mum-shamed over her latest video of son Miles

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend celebrated the sweetest milestone with their son Miles yesterday, but the celebratory moment was quickly tainted by mum-shamers.

The proud parents shared a video of Miles walking at their family home. Miles pottered over to his parents in the clip but lost his balance towards the end of the video.

Chrissy captioned the video, “Oh it is f--kin ON we are screwed.”


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People were quick to comment on the sweet milestone and slated Chrissy for letting her son walk on the bathroom floor.

They stressed how dangerous it was to let Miles walk near the edge of a bathtub and tiled floor. Chrissy was inundated with remarks about putting her son in danger.

The mum ended up blocking users because of the backlash, “I have to block like 20-30 people every time I post my kids. So many dummies. Is someone forcing you at gunpoint to be annoying.”


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One commented, “Hope he doesn’t fall and crack his head on all that marble!”

“Why would you have him take his first steps in a marble area with so many sharp edges. Weren’t there any safer places in your house?” another asked.


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Thankfully, others were quick to defend Chrissy and slated the haters for being so negative. The mum should be able to celebrate this special moment without being criticised for something that could have happened.

Baby Miles was perfectly safe and surrounded by his family. Why do people feel the need to pass remark on everything a mum does?




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