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Meghan Markle Was Criticized For Looking "Awkward" With Her Own Baby: Archie Was "Being Used As A Prop By Her Mother"

Date September 21, 2019 02:13

Nearly two-thirds of moms said they felt they had been criticized for their parenting choices, according to a national poll from the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Michigan. Yes, criticism seems to be the easiest thing for new mothers to stumble across these days. No matter where you are, criticism and disapproval are everywhere. You can even get it from behind a computer screen. Meghan Markle is no exception.

Meghan Markle was criticized for being awkward

Once Meghan Markle made a surprise visit at the polo to see her beloved Harry. The doting mother didn't forget to bring their tiny bundle of joy, showcasing how adorable they all are!

The Duchess of Sussex looked chic in a khaki shirt dress by Lisa Marie Fernandez and aviator glasses by Stella McCartney. Meghan made a wonderful appearance with baby Archie to support her husband.

Mom-shaming

Unfortunately, the mother-of-one faced a wave of critics for not knowing how to hold a baby boy and using baby Archie "as a prop."

One person sarcastically wrote that Meghan Markle "deserves" Mother of the Year award as baby Archie was seen to be "used as a prop by his mother."

Some other people supported this hateful tweet and wrote how uncomfortable and awkward she looked and did not even know how to hold her flesh and bone.

In fact, a lot of fans and open-minded people came to Meghan's rescue and shared supportive and defensive tweets.

Despite all speculations, Meghan Markle looked really happy and joyous at the polo match with baby Archie. One sweet moment was captured on a camera when the Duchess kissed her baby in his forehead.

We prefer lovely snaps instead of negativity and critics. The Internet may be full of critics, but you keep doing you, Meghan

Moreover, mom-shaming needs to stop. It's really difficult to raise children in the world today. Let's not make it even harder by our criticism. Do you agree?