Helen Flanagan was chastised for taking a selfie in her suggestive jammies.
The actress, 33, is celebrating the last days of summer with a trip to London after previously vacationing with her three children, whom she shares with ex Scott Sinclair.
Helen and Scott, who divorced in 2022 after 13 years together, have three children: Matilda, seven, Delilah, four, and Charlie, two, with the caring mother adoring each of them.
The celebrity, however, was ruthlessly mum-shamed last week after posting a photo of herself getting ready for bed in a jaw-dropping barely-there pyjama set.
The silk, powder blue pyjamas included shorts that grazed her thighs and a top that displayed her toned tummy and flaunted her breast.
While many complimented on Helen’s beautiful looks (she covered her face with her phone in the snap to take a mirror selfie), others were outraged that she would do such a thing because she is a mother.
One person judged the actress: ‘Why do u have to dress like that have some respect u think u work for playboy.’
‘Nice to see you with clothes on,’ one wrote, while another jibed: ‘Why do you vary from a soft porn star to a Mum in one post.’
Another had no sympathy, writing: ‘What does she expect posting pictures like that.’
However, many people disregarded the trolls and showered Helen with compliments, with many remarking on how incredible her figure was after having three children.
Helen had published a number of other images during her London holiday, including one of her on a bed in a tank top and trousers, and another in a fully-denim ensemble showcasing her toned stomach.
Helen divorced footballer boyfriend Scott last year, but the couple continues to co-parent their children.
And, while her kid is still too small for her to go for the time being, the actress says she’d ‘love to go back’ to Coronation Street in the future.
‘At the moment it wouldn’t work – Charlie’s young and everything’s been manic, but definitely, I’d love to go back.’
‘I’d like to see Rosie be a mum, I’d love to channel that,’ she told OK!.
‘I’d love her to come back with a baby that she hadn’t told Sally about – Sally would be a good grandma.’