Celebrity Culture: Meghan Markle’s best friend Jessica Mulroney claims trolling culture is ‘out of control’ after a critic branded her fashion choices ‘tiresome’
- Celebrity stylist Jessica Mulroney, 39, from Toronto, hit back at online trolls
- Said she was ‘angry’ after receiving messages about her wardrobe choices
- Posted: ‘This culture is so out of control. Let’s make it better for our children.’
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Meghan Markle‘s best friend Jessica Mulroney branded the online world ‘out of control’ after hitting back at trolls who called her wardrobe choices ‘tiresome’.
The Canadian celebrity stylist, 39, from Toronto, had shared several snaps on Instagram while shooting a promotion shots for her TV show I Do, Redo.
However some of her 339,000 followers took issue with the bright blue flared suit she chose for the occasion, with Jessica revealing one message had branded the choice ‘tiresome’.
Jessica was quick to hit back and revealed she was ‘angered’ to receive hundreds of ‘ridiculous’ messages each day which ‘angered’ her, writing: ‘This culture is so out of control. Let’s make it better for our children.’
Meghan Markle’s best friend Jessica Mulroney, 39, has hit back at critics who questioned her wardrobe and said she was ‘angry’ about receiving hundreds of critical messages a day
The mother-of-three shared a message exchange with one troll whom she said had ‘angered’ her as she hit back at online culture as ‘out of control’
The mother-of-three had excitedly shared behind-the-scenes snaps on her page, as well as her Instagram story, after preparing for promotional shots for her new wedding show.
In the photographs, she donned a smart bold blue suit, with a fitted jacket and matching flared trousers.
However it seemed some of her followers didn’t appreciate her outfit, with Jessica sharing one message which read: ‘Oh my god, lose the bell bottom pants! So overused in your wardrobe. Gets tiresome.’
Jessica shared her response to the critic, writing: ‘Sorry. But I dress for myself. Not anyone else.’
Meghan’s best friend and former stylist shared the messages on Instagram and implored her followers make the platform ‘a better place for our children’
The mother-of-three added in the caption: ‘These messages make me angry and I needed to share this one in particular (because I get hundreds a day that are so ridiculous).’
She explained: ‘I don’t personally feel attacked nor do I care. This is truly not about ME, but here’s the thing.
‘When I style women, I find shapes that make them look and feel their best. Repetition is not bad.
‘I work with real women of all shapes and sizes. I try to promote confidence within all women.
The mother-of-three shared in the caption that she received hundreds of messages a day that were ‘so ridiculous’
‘Fashion is not about doing and trying it all, it’s about what makes you feel good. Period.’
She added: ‘This culture is so out of control. Let’s make it a better place for our children. Because it ain’t going anywhere.’
Her followers were quick to offer support on the post, with Meghan’s close friend Misha Nonoo commenting on the photograph with a series of applauding emojis.
It’s not the first time the mother-of-three has been vocal about her struggles with trolling online.
It’s not the first time Jessica has hit back at trolls in recent months, with the mother-of-three revealing she was heavily criticised for sharing this swimsuit snap on her Instagram page
After the criticism she went on to share another image that jokingly suggested she would ‘only wear parkas on the beach’
Earlier this month she was criticized after posting a photograph of herself in a red cut-out bathing suit to Instagram on Monday, while on holiday in the Cayman Islands.
Days later she posted a second image, which read: ‘Note to self. Never ever post another picture of myself in a bathing suit. Only wear parkas by the beach.’
She captioned the Instagram post: ‘Apparently a picture in a bathing suit is offensive to my career, some followers and my children.
‘So guess what… I don’t care. Thank you to my strong followers who get it. Everyone else, get a clue.’