Hayley Tamaddon hits back at mean trolls who shamed her for her baby bump

Hayley Tamaddon is enjoying every minute of her pregnancy - except when cruel trolls pipe up.

The former Coronation Street star, who is expecting her first baby, was upset when one of her followers slammed her for showing her baby bump on Instagram.

The 42-year-old posted two snaps of herself smiling and showing her bump.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She captioned it, ''Almost 24 weeks and Feelin the stretch now!! I’m Smothered in @mamamioskincare Each little kick and punch is getting stronger. Feels incredibly and weirdly wonderful!''

However, one follower wrote, ''Ok, you’re pregnant. Now, put it away."

Hayley said back, ''No thanks..I’m quite happy keeping it out thanks. Feel the best I’ve ever felt and quite proud to show it off the baby bump I never thought I’d ever had. All the best to you!"

When another follower said Hayley should block the troll, Hayley had a better idea.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She said, ''I should shouldn’t I...but I’m so intrigued as to how else she can embarrass herself! Was thinking about sending her a pic a day! Or better still...a collage of bump pictures!"

The troll spoke again when she was accused of only speaking like that as she was behind a screen.

She said, ''No if I saw a pregnant woman in person like that I would also tell her to put it away."

Hayleys fans came to her rescue with messages of support. 

One said, ''You show it off H. How sad that someone can act that way. Love every minute and how amazing you look, a little miracle needs to be celebrated.''

While another wrote, ''No way! You’ve waited a long time for this! Relish in it! show off! You’re having a baby!!!''

Keep your head up Hayley, we're all rooting for you and keep embracing your pregnancy. 

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