Katie Price is no stranger of receiving abuse from online trolls over how she chooses to parent her five children.
But fans were left outraged after the star gave her two-year-old and three-year-old juice in their bottles.
The Loose Women panellist shared a snap of her two adorable toddler tots Bunny and Jett enjoying breakfast.
The former glamour model captioned the super cute photo: “Breakfast time.”
But some fans were more concerned over the star giving her children juice in their bottles, claiming it was “bad for their teeth”.
One ranted: “Juice in a bottle!!! Don’t u care about their teeth?”
While another added: “Surely they should be drinking from a cup by now.”
A third commented: “Should they not be drinking from cups????”
While others were quick to defend the 38-year-old.
One devoted fan said: “How annoying people pick up on juice in a bottle. The children look very happy and are enjoying their breakfast.”
Another agreed: “Juice in a bottle, get a life! At least her kids are being fed and watered.”
A third gushed: “Gorgeous kids.”
But this isn’t the only time Pricey has found herself in the firing line for “bad parenting”, of course.
After sharing a snap of her daughter Princess, nine, in a bikini fans were quick to slate the star for posting an “inappropriate” picture.
The mum-of-five was quick to slam the accusations and said on Loose Women: “The thing is, Princess has seen me and Pete do pictures since she was born.
“If I said to her, ‘Don’t do that pose, it’s too sexy,’ she’d look at me and think, ‘What do you mean?’
“She doesn’t know what sexy is, she’s just watched the best!”
And Katie isn’t the only celeb to be put in the firing line for ‘bad parenting’ over giving a wee one juice in a bottle.
Former TOWIE star Dan Osborne found himself attacked by cruel trolls for doing the same after posting a snap on his Instagram.
The heartwarming photo, which he captioned, “Having breakfast with my beautiful little girl this morning before pre school”, racked up 23,750 likes but fans were quick to tell the star to rethink his parenting skills.
One wrote: “It’s just the sipping of juice through a bottle is bad for her front teeth (speaking as a dental professional). Give her a straw and beaker, less teeth contact.”
Another said: “Drinking juice from a bottle wrecks your teeth.”
“Juice in a bottle – really want to stop that and protect her teeth,” a third added.