Influencer is slammed for sharing a post-pregnancy bikini picture

Mail Online | 7/10/2019 | Danielle Zoellner For Dailymail.com
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An influencer has experienced backlash online after she posted a post-pregnancy bikini picture celebrating her body after giving birth to two children.

Arielle Charnas is a fashion influencer, with more than 1.2 million followers to her platform, and designer of the brand Something Navy. On Tuesday, she experienced the downside of social media fame when sharing a mirror picture of herself in a bikini.

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'Proud of my body after two kids,' the 32-year-old New Yorker and mother of two daughters, who are three and one, shared while modeling an emerald green bikini.

But her post triggered upset responses from followers who thought the image was 'tone deaf' to other women who have had children but could not achieve the same body as Arielle.

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'I’m sorry @ariellecharnas. This is just terribly tone deaf and I thought you were better than this nonsense,' one commenter wrote. ' I’m also a size zero after two kids, but come on babe, this is genetics. Pls be proud but own your privilege.'

Another commenter expressed how Arielle's body looked 'amazing', but it still struck the wrong tone for them.

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'This is a super super unrealistic (and frankly unachievable) goal for 99% of women post or pre baby,' the person expressed. 'I have struggled to understand whether your brand strives to fall on the “relatable” side or the “I’m uber wealthy admire me” side...so maybe this is just the “body version” of the second.'

People also called the post 'unnecessary' from the influencer.

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Arielle did experience support from a number of her followers, though, who encouraged the mom-of-two to continue expressing her pride in her toned physique after children.

'Every body is different, yes, so stop comparing and be proud of what you have,' one fan implored other followers.

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