Charlotte Dawson has hit back at a disgusting troll who commented that they were "praying for a stillbirth" for the star's unborn child.

Former Celebs Go Dating star Charlotte is pregnant with her first child with her fiancé Matthew Sarsfield and regularly shares snaps of her growing baby bump on Instagram.

However one of her followers majorly crossed the line when they left a disgusting comment under a photo of her in a comfortable joggers set in front of her completely decorated Christmas tree.

While the 28-year-old was mainly sent will wishes and excited messages from her followers, one left Charlotte flawed.

The vile troll wrote: "Let's pray for a still birth," alongside a fingers crossed emoji.

Poor Charlotte shared the comment on her Instagram story and wrote on the top: "Comments in my post like this, what the actual f***? Disgusting."

Soon, the brunette beauty was flooded with supportive messages and she shared a video thanking her followers for their kind words.

She revealed that her mother had suffered a stillbirth before welcoming Charlotte, which made the troll's comment even harder to take.

The reality starlet said: "Thank you for all your messages about that b****y awful comment last night.

"What really annoyed me about that comment is that my mum has actually been through that so I've lost a brother and what these trolls don't realise when they make these horrible comments is that we've been through that as a family.

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"Obviously I wasn't here when that happened, but people are so wrong, it's disgusting."

While Charlotte looks to be taking to pregnancy so naturally, she hasn't been having a completely smooth ride with it.

She was recently diagnosed with pregnancy related diabetes and must now inject herself four times a day.

Just a day after getting the diagnosis, Charlotte was rushed to hospital with another scare however was told her unborn son's heartbeat was "normal".

She said at the time: "I've had such a smooth run pregnancy thought it was too good to be true… well apart from being so drained and tired. Well this explains why I have been!

"I got a phone call saying I've got diabetes and it was really high my result, which has knocked me."

Her late father, comedian Les Dawson, also suffered from diabetes.

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