1000-lb Sisters fans have slammed Amy Slaton for seemingly using a beauty filter on her 11-month-old baby son in a sweet snap.
The 35-year-old reality star, who recently shed a reported 125lbs (8.9 stone) after undergoing a gruelling weight loss journey, shared a celebratory post on her Instagram page in the week.
Celebrating her son turning 11-months-old, the TLC star posed for a sweet snap and gushed over him in the caption.
"I know I’m late but happy 11mo to my wonderful goofy boy!! Love you soooo much chunky," she penned alongside the snap, which sees her son Glenn beaming as his mum kisses him.
But fans were quick to call Amy out for using a filter that appeared to smooth her baby's skin and complexion.
"Stop putting filters on babies. They don't need them," fumed one fan.
Another added: "Somebody please take away her filters."
"Filters aren't needed on babies. Show his cute natural self," a third then echoed.
"No one needs a filter, especially not a baby. No need to question why kids grow up with self esteem issues," wrote a fourth.
While a fifth person said: "Oh nooo enough with the filters already. Ridiculous."
Even though there were masses of comments that criticised Amy for her choice to use a filter, there were many fans who defended the reality star.
"Why are y'all so worried about what a grown woman does with her OWN BABY??? It's a bit scary and weird," one person penned in defense of Amy.
While someone else added: "Omg leave her alone! Be happy for happy posts. Her sons are beautiful and she can post any way she wants. She's expressing her love for her son. And here's a though, if you don't like it, scroll on. Amy you're a great mum with two beautiful babies."
Amy has two children whom she shares with her estranged husband Michael, with them living apart since Amy and their two boys left their family home in Kentucky earlier this year.