FERNE McCann has been targeted by cruel mum-shamers after she posted a sweet video of her dog with her newborn baby.
The former Towie star announced the birth of her little girl with her fiancé Lorri Haines last month.
The couple, who have chosen the name Finty, have been melting hearts with adorable photos and videos of their daughter on Instagram.
But Ferne's latest clip caused some concern as it featured her dog licking her tot.
Her eldest daughter Sunday, five, was also seen in the sweet clip which she captioned: "The cutest video you will see today on insta….
"At least she will have a good immune system."
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However it soon sparked a debate among the "parent brigade", as one follower said: "Love following you Ferne – you have an amazing family but sadly found this video is scary.
"A dog is a dog and no matter how much you think a placid family pet you just cannot take the chance xx"
Another said: "I had a cousin whos caring lovely dog turned and killed their baby many years ago. True story.
"Sure this dog is lovely but never leave a dog alone with a baby its never worth the risk and often bot dogs fault if they react to say hair grabbed or something."
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One more echoed: "Well that’s dangerous."
Others furiously defended the star, and one posted two 'crying with laughter' emojis while writing: "get ready for all the Karen’s moaning!"
And another said: "Some people need too get a grip!!! leave ferne alone."
The mum-of-two Ferne shares Sunday with her ex Arthur Collins. Lorri also has a son from a previous relationship.
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