Poor Cara…

Cara De La Hoyde has hit back at cruel trolls who claimed she looked ‘pregnant’ during a recent night out with baby daddy Nathan Massey.

The former Love Island winner, who shares son Freddie-George with Nathan, took to her Instagram Stories to thank fans for making her feel like ‘poo’ after she shared a snap of herself in a black and white, off the shoulder dress that gave a glimpse of her stomach.

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She said: ‘Thanks to all the women that have commented I’m pregnant in my latest pic.

‘I’m not I’m trying to lose weight, but thanks for making me feel like [poo emoji].

‘Hope you all have a great bank holiday’.

Cara De La Hoyde

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She then added: ‘And then you’re surprised when people have depression, anxiety and eating disorders [thumbs down emoji]’.

Cara’s followers were quick to defend her and hit back at the ‘pregnant’ comments.

One wrote: ‘How vile are people far from looking pregnant you look lovely not all women get flat stomachs after babies not matter how hard you try xx.’

Cara De La Hoyde

Another said: ‘Cara! You r so beautiful.. body shamers aren’t welcome here… you don’t deserve it’.

A third added: ‘I don’t think you look pregnant at all @cara_delahoyde. You definitely don’t need to lose weight either! You are healthy, you have a beautiful baby and that’s all that matters – don’t worry about what anybody else thinks’.

Cara previously revealed how having son Freddie-George has helped her to overcome mental health issues.

Speaking on Talk Radio, Cara admitted that becoming a mum has made her more relaxed and has also had a positive effect on her relationship with Nathan, who she briefly split from just before announcing her pregnancy last year.

‘We’re just much more of a team now,’ she said. ‘So we help each other out and just other things, I’m such a calmer person.

‘Like before I’d be all over the place and I said before I have suffered from depression, bi-polar and anxiety and I don’t know what has happened but it is like just sorted everything out.

‘Because there’s someone there that’s more important than me.’