Another photo annoys her followers.
Last week Reese Witherspoon posted a photo of her toddler’s breakfast, which had cinnamon scrolls in it. She got heavily sugar shamed for her appalling taste in kids’ breakfasts.
The 38-year-old got heavily criticised for her creative efforts. And it seems the criticism didn’t end with that photo.
The latest parenting photo that Witherspoon has posted is one where she likened herself to all mums everywhere. And the response from her followers was not good.
She captioned the image, "How do I do it all - having three kids and a full time job? This is how. Me and every other mum. Just. Like. This. #Naptime (super sneaky photo by @mrsbymrs)."
There was one sentence out of the caption that seemed to hit a sour chord with Witherspoon's followers. "Me and every other mum." A lot of 'other mums' hit out at the Hollywood actress claiming that she was nothing like the average mum and had no right claiming her life was as tough as theirs.
A lot of mums found it offensive that an A-List celebrity would group herself in with all mums. They said because she was so rich, had nannies, got free stuff and got time off from her career that she had no right to compare herself to other mums.
Some did come to her defence.
However the positive comments didn't stop a lot of mothers from venting their frustration on Witherspoon's account. There wasn't a lot of sympathy for the celebrity mum.
People did agree that naps are one of the greatest things a mum can have (if she ever gets time for them). But many thought that Witherspoon had much more time to nap than many other working mums.
What do you think of Reese Witherspoon's comment, is she just like all other mums?
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