Meghan Markle’s friend Jessica Mulroney, 39, shared a picture of herself in a red swimsuit which showcased her incredible physique during her holiday yesterday. The fashion expert put on a jaw-dropping display in the busty attire which gave onlookers a glimpse of her chest and well-defined pins.
In view of her 340,000 Instagram followers, she captioned the snap: “Brings ten bathing suits… only gets to wear one on a balcony.
“All work no play in Cayman. I WILL BE BACK to play in the water with the kiddies.”
While many of the star’s fans praised her holiday snap, others were quick to criticise her appearance.
Hitting back at the trolls, Jessica said she doesn’t care what people think of her and thanked her loyal fans for sticking up for her.
She shared a picture which read: “Note to self. Never ever post another picture myself in a bathing suit.
“Only wear parkas by the beach,” she added.
The stylist captioned the picture: “Apparently a picture in a bathing suit is offensive to my career, some followers, the charities I work with and my children.
“But guess what… I don’t care. Thank you to my supportive followers who stand up to body shaming. Everyone else, get a clue.”
The mother-of-two has two sons John and Brian with her husband Ben, who acted as page boys at Meghan and Prince Harry’s wedding.
Jessica shared a video as part of her Metro 5 at 5 YouTube blog, which encourages parents to cook with their kids, in a bid to stop them from being fussy.
As part of a lengthy statement, she wrote: “HANDS UP IF YOU HAVE PICKY EATERS. These two are the reason I started the #Metro5at5.
“They have always been the pickiest. I was beyond frustrated as they rejected every home-cooked meal I put in front of them. So I brought them into the process.”
One of her followers replied: “Only spoilt kids are picky eaters. Hungry kids would eat whatever they can and millions of poor children eat whatever they are offered.
“I hate people that use ‘child friendly food’ – food is food and my children eat what they are given. Growing up I did not have the choice of disliking food.”
The Duchess Of Sussex’s pal replied to the user, telling her to unfollow her page and “stop trolling”.
She responded: “I’m not even going to rebut that ridiculous statement. But I am going to give you some advice 1) Please stop following me.
“2) Please stop trolling especially when it comes to making judgements on children.
“It is a nasty nasty habit. Have a lovely weekend!”(sic)