This Morning fans troll transgender guest for “not shaving ‘tache”

Kara, who was previously known as James, was on the show with her wife

James Cohen, who now lives as Kara, was on ITV’s This Morning to talk about living as a woman.

Joined by her wife of eight years, Eirian, she opened up about the moment she revealed she wanted to live as a woman just four months ago.

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Eirian, who has two children with Kara, spoke about how she felt when Kara revealed she didn’t want to live as a man.

Speaking to hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford she admitted: “My first words were ‘OK…what exactly does that mean?

“I was in shock, and I couldn’t think. I just thought: “It’s OK, it’s going to be OK.”

Eirian, 35, revealed she “wanted to find people who were going through what I was”.

However viewers of the show were quick to slate Kara for the most bizarre reason.

Many fans ranted about her “bad wig” and not “shaving your ‘tache”.

One wrote: “Husband is not your wife. He’s a man in a bad wig & wearing your clothes. Still your husband #Thismorning.”

“Could of at least shaved your tash James, a mean Kara. #Thismorning,” [sic] another tweeted.

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Another added: “#thismorning it’s got a lovely tash.”

“Jesus… Kara looks like she’s been styled by Trinny… #thismorning,” one said.

The couple married in 2009 and went on to have two daughters, Seren, seven, and Electra, six.

Opening up about their relationship Eirian said: “We have always had a very honest relationship but I always knew there something she wasn’t admitting.

“When we got married she seemed to be quite obsessed with my wedding dress, and she wanted to try it on as a laugh.”

But the mum-of-two went on to explain the pair are still “close” and are now “best friends”.

She said: “Although I have now lost my husband, I have gained an amazing best friend, I am still very much in love with her but as a best friend.

“We are not separating in any way, we still sleep in the same bed.”