Made In Chelsea’s Millie Ridiculously Slammed For Instagram Pic

By : Ben Hayward |


Just when you think people can’t get any more pathetic, they big fat go and prove you wrong…

Millie Mackintosh posted an image from her holiday only to be criticised for the most unbelievable reason. The Made In Chelsea star posted a photo of herself sunbathing while on holiday to her Instagram, reports the Metro. 

#hotdoglegs 🌭

A photo posted by Millie Mackintosh (@milliemackintoshofficial) on

However, commenters were quick to target Millie for the pettiest of reasons – she hadn’t shaved her legs. What is arguably even worse is that most of the negative comments appeared to come from women.

One wrote: “Wax them bad boys,” while another posted: “Ewwwww hairy hot dog! Dog for sure!” Some other imaginative soul simply went with: “You have hairy legs.”


And there’s me thinking it was 2016.

Thankfully, there are people out there who have more than a shared brain cell between them and leapt to Millie’s defence over the sexist remarks.

One commented:

If these were male legs you all wouldn’t be saying anything.

Why do some of you females have to shame your own female body? It doesn’t help anything. Please be positive.

Another slammed the negative posters as vile, writing:

Millie is human with feelings. Some of you people are vile to make such comments…


She is beautiful, healthy, happy and let’s be honest, fair hair above the knee is natural to about 95 per cent of grown women!

Seriously, some of you need to take a long, hard, serious look in the mirror and sort yourselves out!!!! Women tearing down other women. Gross.

The worst thing is this isn’t even the first time Millie’s been targeted for this reason.

Back in January 2015 she got the same treatment after posting this photo:

Wearing @mariannagswimwear #sausageselfie #harddayattheoffice

A photo posted by Millie Mackintosh (@milliemackintoshofficial) on

Have they really got nothing better to do?! Like seeing how long they can hold their breath for before passing out?