Lee Elliot has jumped to Georgia Love's defence after being attacked over Instagram following a post about her late mother.
The Bachelorette star shared an emotional post dedicated to her mother Belinda who lost her battle with pancreatic cancer in October last year.
After listening to an Ed Sheeran's song 'Supermarket Flowers' from his latest album Divide, Love, 27, told fans:
"Ed Sheeran's music always elicits emotions in me so I purposely haven't listened to his new album until today when I had enough time to sit down and take it in without interruption.
"But wow, I wasn't prepared for this one 💔 🎶 'I'm in pieces, it's tearing me up but I know a heart that's broken is a heart that's been loved, So I'll sing Hallelujah, You were an angel in the shape of my mum' 🎶," she wrote.
An Instagram user then commented on the post saying: "Yeah, yeah, we get it, your Mum died...".
Elliot, 33, then jumped to his girlfriend's defence.
"Yeah, yeah, we get it, you're one of life's greatest oxygen thieves," he wrote.
"I'd be intrigued to see if you're nearly as brave as you think you are if you were to come out from behind that keyboard you're cowering behind!?"
Love has been open about the loss of her mother, whom she shared a very close bond with.
“Mum, you were my first friend and my best friend, my rock, the one who knew me better than anyone in the world and who supported and backed me through every single thing I did," she previously wrote.
“You were the one I went to for advice, the one I shared every story with and the one who was always there to pick me up."