Mum-of-two Fearne Cotton has left fans worrying after sharing a mirror selfie showing off her outfit.
In the photo Fearne, 35, wore a pair of striped trousers, grey top with a pair of fluorescent pink shoes.
But fans were concerned that the presenter has lost too much weight and claimed she looks “too skinny”.
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Fearne wrote alongside the snap: “Eeking out the last of these ibiza market shoes, before they fall apart. Eye bags covered ✔️ Un-ironed jumper ✔️ Coffee at the ready✔️ Lets go to work.”
And it wasn’t long before her followers started commenting on her “unhealthy” look.
One said: “I worry that other people will think this is a healthy way to look. It’s not. You’re a role model and have fantastic style but please don’t let other impressional girls and young women think this is ok.”
“Fearne I have to agree with some of the comments on here you look skinny and a little unwell please be careful,” another added.
A third wrote: “Fearne put some weight on you look awfully thin Hun.”
The Celebrity Juice star often shares full-length selfies to show off her chic style.
And this isn’t the first time fans have expressed their concern over the stars shrinking figure.
Last month Fearne, who is married to guitarist Jesse Wood, shared a similar snap and fans were quick to ask the star if she was well.
In the photo the Celebrity Juice star wore a pair of baggy jeans paired with a patterned bomber jacket.
She posed with barely any make-up on and her face appeared slightly slimmer than usual.
Her fans definitely thought so and expressed their worry.
One said: “Fearne, you’re looking super skinny. Hope you’re alright.”
“Are you okay Fearne,” another added.
Following the backlash Fearne took the photo down from her account.
Meanwhile the star has been working hard on her latest recipe book as well as playing a doting mum to her two gorgeous children.
Fearne has Rex, four, and Honey, one, with hubby Jesse.
The star recently opened up about why she chooses to keep her tots out of the limelight.
She admitted she doesn’t do it because she doesn’t want them to be singled out in school.
She told the Mirror: “I’ve never posted a picture of their faces online because I don’t want them to be singled out at school.
“It’s up to them if they want to be in the industry.
“Some parents don’t care if they put their children in the public eye, but I want them to make the decision for themselves when they’re older.”
“I show the back of their heads so people never know what they look like or anything about them, but I still get to show parts of my family life, which is something that’s really important to me,” she added.
Good for her.