Danielle Lloyd hits back at 'pathetic' trolls who mocked her choice of baby grow

The new mum was targeted after sharing a sweet snap of baby Ronnie

Danielle Lloyd has hit back at cruel trolls who mocked her for dressing her son in a baby grow with a grammatical error on it.

The 33-year-old posted a picture of baby Ronnie wearing a cue baby grow with the words: 'My brother's love me' on it.

Captioning the sweet snap, she wrote: 'That's right they do', with a blue heart emoji, Danielle shared the picture with her 452k followers. It quickly received almost 7k like, but eagle-eyed grammar fans were quick to spot the rogue apostrophe.

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The baby grow should read 'my brothers love me' and while most people simply said what a lovely picture it was, others took to the comments section to blast her mistake.

One person wrote: 'Grammatically incorrect though', while someone else added: 'Oh no the apostrophe 🙈🙈!!!! but otherwise, cute man.'

A third follower mocked her, writing: 'Gotta be scouse grammar that learn to spell love.'

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The mum-of-four hit back, with her rep releasing the following statement to the MailOnline: 'The baby vest was a kind gift from a friend which Danielle was very grateful for.

'Danielle is not shallow enough to reject such a lovely gesture to Ronnie. She thinks it's rude of people to make such a pathetic comment about a present for a baby.'

The former Miss England's loyal fans also stood up for her, with one commenting: 'FFS I can't believe the grammar police are out. It's a picture of a baby with a vest on. He is gorgeous. Kx'

Someone else wrote: 'Bloody hell you'd think a murder has been committed, some people just love to moan moan moan.'

Danielle and fiancé Michael O’Neil welcomed baby Ronnie in September. He is their first child together but Danielle is also mum to Archie, seven, Harry, six and George, four from her marriage to Jamie O’Hara.


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