After sharing a pregnancy snap from their exclusive photoshoot with New Idea, the firery reality TV star's announcement was overshadowed by claims she and her boyfriend of four months were faking the pregnancy for fame and cash. One nasty user said their "fake child" will be born to "two desperate people who can't stay in the spotlight expect when making fools of themselves."
Not one to hold back when it comes to making her point, the fiery MAFS star hit back: "I'd donate to u getting some common sense but clearly no money could buy that."
Another sassy Instagrammer also took a swipe at Cyclone Cyrell, telling the controversial TV star— who endured an ill-fated on-screen marriage to Nic Jovanovic— that "it's time to grow up now. You're the one captioning the best news of your life as an article headline."
After the comment racked up 123 likes, she responded to the user— whose bio says she's "raising 2 babies"—writing: "I hope when u had ur two babies then no one called ur relationship a publicity stunt n told u to grow up like u weren't worthy to be a mother. Being a mother of two I would've expected better. Guess A LOT of people need growing up," she wrote, adding a kiss face emoji.
Things took a turn for the worse yesterday afternoon when Eden's ex-girlfriend Erin Barnett responded to his comments about her struggles with fertility. After reading that the Love Island star had said, "Erin had something wrong with her ovaries," she hit back on Instagram, telling her followers she found his comments insensitive and uncalled for.
"If a man or woman says they can't have children, don't ask why, or worse, ask what's wrong," said the reality TV star who met Eden on the series in 2018. "The implication that you're somehow broken is upsetting. Just accept it and move on. Not everyone's life goal is to have a baby and if someone is infertile, people questioning it really doesn't help. The questions can actually make us feel bad. There will probably always be a small part of me that feels a little sad that it's (birth) an experience I'll never get to have."
The former Beauty And The Geek Australia star continued: "I have undergone countless surgeries, countless treatments to try and resolve the issues, I shouldn't actually have to explain all of this to people but I'm choosing to because I feel blessed to have a large social platform that I can use to start a conversation about these situations."
"The next time someone tells you they can't have children, please don't question it, please don't force them to explain why and please don't try and offer helpful advice. Just accept what the person says and move on."