Kristin Cavallari Responds to Internet Scrutiny Surrounding Sons' Weight

Kristin Cavallari Responds to Internet Scrutiny Surrounding Sons' Weight

Kristin Cavallari Responds to Internet Scrutiny Surrounding Sons' Weight

Former reality television star Kristin Cavallari is getting a lot of heat from critics these days, but it has nothing to do with her on-screen reality television show antics that have made her the household name that she is today.

Well, apparently Internet hover-parents thought they looked too skinny-because that's what they should really be concerned about right now, not to mention that kind of judgment is super-inappropriate-and chose to let her know.

Cavallari shared an Instagram post of her husband, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, and their two sons, Camden 3, and Jaxon, 2, enjoying time on the water for the 4th of July.

With the caption, "Even though we're not in the states, we're still celebrating hope everyone has a fun and safe 4th!"

The former Laguna Beach star has been very open about her healthy eating habits and says she feeds her children tons of organic food and only wild-caught fish or grass-fed beef. She's a married mother who is relatively low-key - at least as far as Hollywood goes - but she can't even share a photo of her children without being slammed.

"Yep, I starve my children", the 29-year-old wrote.

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"Seeing pictures of your boys and how they look is a bit shocking to see!" another person wrote.

"My kids eat everything in sight and I can see every bone in my son's torso area", countered another.

"Yep, I starve my children", she commented on her own post. "Just blocked the most people I've ever blocked in my entire life", she wrote in reply, according to multiple reports. "Happy 4th hahaha." At least she's got the right attitude.

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