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Geordie Shore's Holly Hagan hits back after troll said she looks pregnant


Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan posted a lengthy reply on Instagram after a cruel troll said she looks pregnant. The reality star insisted women should be not put under so much pressure to have children as she’s ‘really feeling it’ and we need to ‘take the pressure off women’

Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan posted a lengthy reply on Instagram after a cruel troll said she looks pregnant. The reality star insisted women should be not put under so much pressure to have children as she's 'really feeling it' and we need to 'take the pressure off women'
Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan posted a lengthy reply on Instagram after a cruel troll said she looks pregnant. The reality star insisted women should be not put under so much pressure to have children as she’s ‘really feeling it’ and we need to ‘take the pressure off women’

Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan has hit back after a troll told her she looks pregnant.

The reality regular, 29, posted a video on Instagram in which she insisted she’s “feeling the pressure” to become a mum and urged her followers to stop speculating about when she’ll have a baby.

Holly pointed out there are many out there struggling with fertility issues and the loss of a child – so trolls need to stop and think before they post.

In her video, she said: “Sorry to keep talking about it. But I do just think it is so important.

“The last time I shared something like this, the amount of women in my DMs telling me about their IVF struggles, the miscarriages, stillbirths and how every single time someone would ask the question about babies or mention babies, their hearts would break.”

She went on to insist it’s “nobody else’s business” when she decides to start a family and the gossip on social media must stop.








Holly Hagan posted a powerful video online after a troll said she looked pregnant
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Holly insisted speculation over whether a woman is having a baby needs to stop
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“I just think that if we can take that away, that tiny little thing away, that is nobody else’s business. Just take a little bit of the pressure off women

“Because I’m feeling it now hitting 30 the amount of pressure that is on me. Every single thing I can even sneeze without someone thinking I”m pregnant.”

Explaining why the comment got her so upset, Holly said that she’s often bombarded with comments on her pages from followers who think every headache or sniffle could be a sign she’s pregnant.

Holly added: “Why can’t I have a headache without someone diagnosing me with pregnancy? Like if a man’s got a headache, he’s got a headache.

“If a man feels sick, he feels sick. That should be the same for women.

“Why can’t women just live on this planet without constantly being pressured into have a child.”







Holly posted a lengthy video on Instagram










She insisted she’ll have a baby in her own time and doesn’t like the pressure
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Holly insisted she does want to have kids eventually but it will happen in her own time.

“Some people don’t want kids like I’m not saying I don’t want kids, I think kids are brilliant like I probably will have one, even two, ” she added: “I mean who knows if I am lucky enough to have that happen in the future.

“If that is what I am destined for so be it but I just think we need to be very careful. And yes I did block the woman and I know she might not have meant it in a nasty way and you know I don’t care.

“Take me off this pedestal that you’ve put me on, that just because I am in the public eye, I can’t react in the heat of the moment or react in anger like I’ve blocked people for a lot less.”

The Miscarriage Association (01924 200 799) miscarriageassociation.org.uk supports women affected by miscarriage, ectopic and molar pregnancies. If you’re worried about a loved one you can also call the helpline which is manned Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm, or email info@miscarriageassociation.org.uk


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