The gorgeous mother of three and wife took to her Instagram page on Thursday, April 5, 2018, where she posted a photo of herself and her husband, Kanye West with their three fantastic children, North, Saint and the newest addition to the family, Chicago.
Kim Kardashian was slammed by followers, together with actress Jameela Jamil, for selling "urge for food suppressant" lollipops in a now-deleted Instagram advert.
However, Kim's latest post is being called her "cutest picture ever" and it's all down to the sweet smiling faces of four-year-old North and two-year-old Saint. Instead, she found herself under fire, with many commenting that an online photo of her unclothed children was totally inappropriate and violated their privacy. While their website advises to only eat two at most a day, the 35-calorie suckers are made to curb your cravings so if you get hungry throughout the day, they help you wait till your next meal. "And to have one thing to say about your life on the finish, aside from 'I had a flat abdomen, '" she added.
"Bath time shouldn't be shown on social media remember some men praise children body's the way they praise yours", one other follower said. "It's the mother's choice to do whatever she wants".
Netizens also chimed in on Kim's #ad post. "You can't tell her what's wrong and right". I refuse to consider that some tin-pot lollipop making firm is paying you THAT MUCH that you just lose all widespread sense to consider the message that this sends your followers and followers.
But was the post an attempt to get her fans to forget about her appetite suppressant controversy? In September previous year, the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) ordered it to take down a post from Geordie Shore star Sophie Kasaei's Instagram that advertised a slimming tea product.