Sam Faiers divides fans over baby Paul's 'ridiculous' new toy kitchen

One fan called baby Paul 'spoilt rotten'

Sam Faiers' latest Instagram post has divided opinions amongst fans, with some praising her latest toy for baby Paul and others calling it 'ridiculous'.

The 26-year-old mum took to the social media site to share a snap of baby Paul's newest toy, showing off a detailed mini-kitchen complete with butler sink and wooden worktops.

The impressive piece of furniture even features an engraved wooden sign that reads 'Paul's Kitchen', making it extra special for the reality TV star's son.

Next to the picture of the country-style cream and duck egg blue themed play kitchen, Sam wrote a caption praising the new toy for being 'amazing' and telling followers that they would keep it in their family 'forever'.

She wrote, '🙌🏼 it's finally arrived @theplaykitchenco How amazing is Paul's kitchen 😍 thank you so much theplaykitchenco for your hard & creative work. This piece of furniture will be in our family forever ❤'

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Opinions amongst the model's 1.8 million followers were varied, with some fans loving the mini kitchen and coo-ing over how 'cute' it is.

One fan wrote, 'This is so adorable 🙌🏼🍴❤' while another added, 'Gorgeous @samanthafaiers Love the little Henry Hoover too, baby Paul can help with the tidying up 💙'

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However, many followers were shocked at the extravagant nature of baby Paul's new toy, remarking that the play kitchen was nicer than their own kitchens at home.

One follower commented, 'omg he has a nicer kitchen than me' and a second agreed, 'When a baby's kitchen is better than your own'.

Some social media users criticised the mum-of-one for her toy choice, saying that Paul was 'spoilt rotten' and calling the kitchen over the top.

'Sorry his spoilt wrotton' one posted, another added 'Bit OTT' and a third agreed with the sentiments, commenting: 'that is crazy'.

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But as well as worrying that the play kitchen was excessive, some fans even had safety concerns, noticing how heavy the structure looks.

'Make sure you fix it to the wall that would be heavy if it landed on a toddler' one concerned commenter said.

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