TOWIE’s Danielle Armstrong cruelly mum-shamed as she shares adorable photos of daughter on first day of pre-school | The Sun

DANIELLE Armstrong was hit with criticism after she shared a sweet photo of her daughter on her first day of pre-school.

The TOWIE star was overcome with pride as her daughter Orla wore her brand-new uniform.

As her little one twirled in the living room, Danielle said how "beautiful" she looked.

"And Just Like That Our Little Girl Is At Pre School … I’m not sure if it’s the uniform but all of a sudden our little Orla just looks so grown up," she wrote in the caption.

"Excited for you to make new friends , explore, & make childhood memories my little darling."

While the majority of the comments were kind and supportive,one 'fan' decided to share their opinion.

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"She's 2 should still be in young for pre my ophion" (SIC), they wrote.

Danielle's loyal fans corrected the woman, pointing out that Orla was only three.

The reality star, 35, was praised last month for showing off her "real" post-baby body after she welcomed her second daughter.

She filmed a short video which saw her in a long-sleeve grey top and stroking her belly.

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She accompanied the silent clip with the caption: "A reminder that your belly still looks like you're pregnant weeks after birth."

She followed up with a scene showing her cuddling Una before planting a kiss on her forehead, with the words: "Thank you belly for growing this perfect happy baby."

Danielle posted her candid video with the caption: "Just a little reminder to all you new mums."

Fans were quick to praise her genuine message, with one writing: "So true … really important to share as so many ( especially first time mums ) don’t realise. It’s the 4th trimester! Xx"

A second put: "Yeeeeesss!!! God you are incredible…. Thank you for being a mere mortal and telling how it really is… I wish more were like you."

A third gushed: "I absolutely love this and I know this is what all our Mums need to see and hear! Thank you."

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