Supermodel and TV personality Heidi Klum in an interview with ELLE opened about what she called ‘Mommy shaming’. The mother of 4 said that people needed to stop mommy shaming her for allowing her two daughters (14 year old Leni and 8 year old Lou) occasionally wear high heels in public.
She was quoted as saying: “People get upset, especially in Germany, if they see my daughters wearing high heels.” “Big deal!”
“If we go to a restaurant, they like to get dressed up. It’s fun for them. So what if they hobble on their little heels for 20 steps from the car to the restaurant? As long as they’re good kids and they get good grades, they can wear what they want to wear,” she added.
What do you guys think? Should mothers be told off or ‘mommy shamed’ for allowing their children to wear certain things?
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