Although the Canadian had looked absolutely fabulous with her swimsuit photo, a lot had bashed and commented on her post, saying that she was “too skinny.”
One user said that “silicone floats easily” and that her kids won’t need a life jacket, because “the “silicone on her chest should do that job just fine for them.”
But Mulroney doesn’t seem to mind - saying to her bashers to “mind your own floaties.” She also had stated that “the hate is strong” regarding one comment in particular, and that “Let’s not attack her and perhaps understand why she feels the need to bring other women down.”
Mulroney also added: “I’m not selling sex. Check yourself and perhaps educate yourself on women [sic] post-babies that want to achieve confidence and career goals. Tone it down.”
After the incident of the negative feedback on her courageous swimwear, she posted another separate post, joking and taking notes about “never ever posting another picture of myself in a bathing suit.” and that said she would “only wear parkas by the beach.”
“Apparently a picture in a bathing suit is offensive to my career, some followers, the charities I work with and my children,” she captioned the post. “But guess what… I don’t care. Thank you to my supportive followers who stand up to body shaming. Everyone else, get a clue.”
It’s not the first time that Mulroney had been attacked by body shaming comments, but she says she’s proud of what she is now despite the trolls.
Sources: US Magazine