Both presenters have received a backlash on social media about their childcare arrangements.
"That baby doesn't look comfortable and you are supposed to support her head not just let it flop," one person commented.
Mum-shamers are once again coming for Jessica Simpson. Over the weekend, he and father Eric Johnson hit the pool for some underwater antics. Simpson shared a video of Johnson, the former NFL star she married in 2014, throwing their son in the air.
Socialite Tamara Ecclestone, 32, has divided her followers once again after posting another picture of herself breastfeeding her daughter, Sophia, 3.
One new mum who found herself in that exact position has penned a powerful essay on Instagram asking others to be mindful that the decision about how to feed your baby can be a complicated one. Jules Coffey, 30, a parenting blogger from Newcastle, New South Wales, took to social media to open up about the realities of breastfeeding and how challenging it can be for some mums. Sharing her own breastfeeding struggles the mum of one-year-old Emmison explained to her 30.7K followers that while she believes “breast is best” it isn’t always possible.
Jools Oliver shared this picture to Instagram but was accused of putting pressure on new mums [Photo: Instagram/joolsoliver] For many new mums fitting back into their pre-pregnancy trousers can be a real post-birth milestone. How is this supposed to help other women in the same situation who don’t snap back so quickly?” The comment clearly affected the wife of celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver and she has since responded to the criticism of the photo.