Constance Hall has hit back at ‘mummy shamers’ who slammed a photo of her taken after giving birth to newborn son, Raja Wolf.

The controversial blogger, 34, was alerted by ‘concerned Queens’ about the uproar surrounding the pic and she decided to address the issue head-on.

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Many of her followers saw the photo on Facebook and said that it was ‘poor parenting’ for her to be on her phone and drinking a soft drink rather than holding her newborn son.

Constance soon addressed the issue saying, ‘Yesterday I posted a picture of myself on the phone the day my son was born,’ she explained underneath the image.

“And of course it was followed by a few f#ckers and their stuck up judgments about what I was doing on my phone instead of spending my every second doting and being the eternally grateful goddess mother..

“And then that was met with beautiful Queens defending me with comments like “she could be FaceTiming her other kids or family..”
I didn’t even know that any of this had happened until upset Queens were messaging me.

“The truth is…. it’s nobodies business what a mother is doing on her phone the day she gives birth, if she’s sending her children and mother photos of the baby or googling tit jobs in Thailand it’s not your business.

“In fact the way another mother is mothering…… is not your problem..

“Just to clarify for you here are 2 things that are your problems.

“1, if a child is being abused. Sexually, mentally, physically, Or neglected, starved or not having their medical needs met. By ALL means, intervene. And when I say intervene I mean… Call the department of child protective services, do NOT bitch and moan on Facebook. This is YOUR problem.

“It’s all of our problems when children need a voice and we have that voice.

“And 2, YOUR children. They are your problem, how you raise them, what YOUR doing on your phone, what kind of a mother YOU are.

“But all other aspects of mothering… Ain’t your f#cking problem.

“So thank you Queens who came into bat for me, yet it’s completely unnecessary.”

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  • I’m no prude but the language is a bit strong in the article.
    At least the drink isn’t alcohol. She could have been replying to messages she had received congratulating them on the birth of their baby. Sometimes you let one person know something and word spreads fast.


  • I don’t much like Constance Hall, but nor do I think this is ny of anyone else’s business.


  • Yes she is right, it is her business and people shouldn’t be judgmental.


  • Well said. No-one knows of her birth story and it’s nobody’s business. Maybe her blood sugar was low and a quick fix was soft drink maybe even provided by the hospital!! Maybe she is checking in on her kids, face timing them, whatever? Why is it anybody’s business? Let’s celebrate the Dad in the room bonding with his child. Let’s celebrate another child born into the world who is wanted and will be loved.


  • Wish people would mind their own business. Constance had just done all the hard work giving birth.


  • You tell ‘em. By the way, congratulations on the birth of Raja.


  • People are just so judgemental.


  • This is how social media can be so very bad. People just get wrapped up in it and take it so very personal.


  • People are too judgemental, please leave opinions at the door


  • i did the same thing when kiddo was born, i even had a double cheeseburger
    people need to get a life


  • And is daddy not looking after the child and having bonding time?


  • It says she is a controversial blogger – say no more!


  • Why anyone cares or feels the need to judge what this woman does is something I just don’t understand!


  • Why has everyone just become so judgemental


  • Sadly this is just fodder for trolls! It must be a shame to view an image and just look for an opportunity to find fault and judge. It is a telephone! A telephone is used to call and contact people abut the birth of a child and to keep in contact with children and family members.


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