Posting a gorgeous picture of herself and her two boys – three-year-old Bobby and new baby Harry, three months - the 30-year-old actress defended her post-baby figure.
"My baby boy is my priority... NOT my size!'" Jennifer wrote, followed by a serious of further posts re-enforcing the message.
"To all the horrible ppl commenting about my weight... I gave birth 12 WEEKS AGO! Sort ur heads out my baby boy is my priority NOT my size!!" she tweeted, followed by:
"And just for the record I'm the luckiest,happiest woman in the world with two boys to die for so "ALL THE BEST!" To you!!!x"
To all the horrible ppl commenting about my weight... I gave birth 12 WEEKS AGO! Sort ur heads out my baby boy is my priority NOT my size!!
- Jennifer Ellison (@Jelliofficial) October 14, 2013
Jennifer later added: "And when I'm back to a size 8 with two amazing kids you ll still be sat in ur computer chair bitter and twisted!! #sosad."
Jennifer, who is married to boxer Robbie Tickle, recently spoke to us about suffering from post-natal depression after Bobby's birth three years ago.
She told us: "With Bobby I had normal baby blues, but they just didn't go away. My mum spotted the signs of PND as she had also suffered with it. I went to my GP and was diagnosed with post natal depression. It was a tough time, but we got through as a family. I had anti-depressants for six months and recovered.
"It was at the forefront of my mind during my pregnancy with Harry. But I knew what to look out for, and so did my family. I did feel weepy for the first few days, but it all went away. It was a different story this time around.
"There's a stigma attached to PND and mental health, and there shouldn't be. It's so important to talk about it. Tell your family, talk to your doctor. Support is hugely important."
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