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Ulrika Jonsson has rushed to the defence of Stacey Solomon after online trolls made a stab about her family life.
Former X Factor star Stacey was shamed on social media for having children with different partners.
A cruel Instagram user told Stacey that "it must be very sad having three different dads for your boys".
Refusing to bite back, the Loose Women star simply replied that her children "are the best thing that ever happened to me" to the needless swipe.
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Stacey, 31, is a mum to Zachary, 12, and Leighton, eight, from different relationships and little Rex, one, with her fiancé Joe Swash, 38.
TV presenter Ulrika knows what is like to be judged and has defended Stacey.
The former Gladiators star has four children with four different men – and was savagely nicknamed "4×4" because of it.
Ulrika, 53, didn't hold back and and writing in The Sun she says she fails to see the issue if she is a good parent.
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She penned: "The simple truth – which applies to both me and Stacey – is that we are good, caring mothers.
"We chose to have our children. We longed for them, regardless of the circumstances of their creation.
"We chose to take responsibility, to carry these creations in our own arms, sometimes with the assistance of others, sometimes on our own.
"I fail to see the issue with that. My children see themselves as whole siblings and are better adjusted than many other children I know."
Ulrika added: "So I stand tall and proud with Ms Solomon. Who knows, had life taken yet another turn, I might have had more children by more men."
She said there is a double standard for men and women – but says she the 4×4 nickname quickly started to hurt.
"I will admit, when I was first characterised by it some 12 years ago, I wasn’t quite as feisty. I conceded the label was funny. It was clever. So I laughed.
"But no one could deny that it wasn’t also fact.
"However, deep inside I was really stumped by the injustice of it."
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