Charlotte Dawson outs vile Instagram troll who branded her newborn son Noah an ‘ugly f*****g kid’

She welcomed her first child, a baby boy, into the world in January.

And on Tuesday, Charlotte Dawson, 28, outed a vile Instagram troll who branded her newborn son Noah an ‘ugly f*****g kid.’

The TV star, 28, had posted a video of her baby taken just moments following his birth, and – although flooded with loving messages – one sick follower chose to leave a disgusting comment.

Not having it! On Tuesday, Charlotte Dawson, 28, outed a vile Instagram troll who branded her newborn son Noah an 'ugly f*****g kid'

Not having it! On Tuesday, Charlotte Dawson, 28, outed a vile Instagram troll who branded her newborn son Noah an 'ugly f*****g kid'

Not having it! On Tuesday, Charlotte Dawson, 28, outed a vile Instagram troll who branded her newborn son Noah an ‘ugly f*****g kid’

Sharing the disturbing interaction to her stories, Charlotte explained: ‘I posted this live picture of Noah as I was fascinated by it. Was seconds after giving birth.

‘And I get this comment from a young girl, and someone that follows me it’s just disgusting… How can people call babies…’ 

Charlotte then shared a screengrab of some of the many messages left beneath her earlier video of newborn Noah, circling one particularly vile comment, which read: ‘Ugly f**king kid.’ 

She wrote above: ‘Thank you for all the love I’m so grateful for you all. But that comment, there is no need. I put myself out there and show you my son and his journey. 

What happened? The star had posted a video of her baby taken just moments after his birth, and - although flooded with kind messages - one follower chose to leave a disgusting comment

What happened? The star had posted a video of her baby taken just moments after his birth, and - although flooded with kind messages - one follower chose to leave a disgusting comment

What happened? The star had posted a video of her baby taken just moments after his birth, and – although flooded with kind messages – one follower chose to leave a disgusting comment

What the...!? Charlotte then shared a screengrab of some of the many messages left beneath her earlier video of newborn Noah, circling one particularly vile comment

What the...!? Charlotte then shared a screengrab of some of the many messages left beneath her earlier video of newborn Noah, circling one particularly vile comment

What the…!? Charlotte then shared a screengrab of some of the many messages left beneath her earlier video of newborn Noah, circling one particularly vile comment

‘I don’t respect and appreciate disgusting stuff like this. Really angers me! This isn’t just it, I’ve had horrible DMs. Needs to stop!’

Charlotte’s outing of the Instagram troll comes after she shared sweet snaps of herself breastfeeding her baby boy. 

The TV star declared she was a ‘multi-tasking mama’ as she fed her son while having her hair and make-up done during a break in filming. 

The star was clad in a black nursing bra and dressing gown – as she fed Noah and pumped breastmilk at the same time. 

Bundle of joy! She welcomed her first child, a baby boy, into the world in January

Bundle of joy! She welcomed her first child, a baby boy, into the world in January

Bundle of joy! She welcomed her first child, a baby boy, into the world in January

Radiant: Charlotte looked radiant in recent snaps of herself breastfeeding Noah

Radiant: Charlotte looked radiant in recent snaps of herself breastfeeding Noah

Radiant: Charlotte looked radiant in recent snaps of herself breastfeeding Noah

Charlotte and her fiancé, rugby league player Matt Sarsfield, 29, became first-time parents when they welcomed Noah into the world in January.  

Despite only being a mum for a few weeks, the TV star has shared many of her first moments of motherhood on social media.   

Charlotte, who’s the daughter of late comic Les Dawson, has vowed to inspire other mums to ’embrace every single stretch mark and flabbiness’ in the same way she does with her 1.1million Instagram followers. 

Positive message: Charlotte has vowed to inspire other mums to 'embrace every single stretch mark and flabbiness' in the same way she does with her 1.1million Instagram followers

Positive message: Charlotte has vowed to inspire other mums to 'embrace every single stretch mark and flabbiness' in the same way she does with her 1.1million Instagram followers

Positive message: Charlotte has vowed to inspire other mums to ’embrace every single stretch mark and flabbiness’ in the same way she does with her 1.1million Instagram followers

Charlotte has insisted mums who ‘go straight back to the gym and eating healthily’ don’t accurately portray life with a newborn.

In an exclusive interview with MailOnline Charlotte previously shared a positive message to other mums: ‘I just want to make other mums and other women feel good about themselves.  

‘We can’t be so hard on ourselves. Obviously I don’t take myself seriously, as you all know, so I just embrace every single stretch mark, all my flabbiness, you’ve just got to embrace it, work with it, dance with it, shake it! And have a laugh with it. 

Grandad Les: Charlotte took her son Noah to see her father's bronze statue in Lancashire. The statue was erected in 2008 to honour his legacy

Grandad Les: Charlotte took her son Noah to see her father's bronze statue in Lancashire. The statue was erected in 2008 to honour his legacy

Grandad Les: Charlotte took her son Noah to see her father’s bronze statue in Lancashire. The statue was erected in 2008 to honour his legacy

‘I can’t sugarcoat it. Obviously there are days you don’t want to get up or do your makeup, hair.

‘I see some mums that go straight back to the gym and being healthy. That’s just not normal mum life.’

Charlotte lost her father when she was just eight-months-old. Les passed away from a heart attack in 1993 aged just 62.

Late last month, Charlotte took her son to see her father’s bronze statue in Lancashire. The statue was erected in 2008 to honour his legacy. 

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