Coleen Rooney has spoken out about being mistaken for being pregnant whilst she was on holiday
It's so easy to sit behind a computer screen and type nasty things out to people that you've never met and that you think will never see it.
But a lot of celebrities still read comments on their social media pages.
And whilst some may say that they should expect it, being famous and all - WHY should they?
But Coleen Rooney has learned to shrug off the trolls over the years, and literally does NOT care what people say about her.
Coleen was on holiday when vicious trolls attacked her (Credit: Instagram/ Coleen Rooney)
After Coleen was spotted on a beach with a ever-so-slightly rounded tum, speculation that she was pregnant with her fourth child quickly spread.
She ignored it for a while, before hitting back with a tweet to rubbish the rumours.
She wrote: "So basically... Yes on holiday again 😂..Yes I've put weight on... And my kids break up earlier than most schools. Not missed a day while here."
And she has now spoken out about the bizzare events that unfolded to MailOnline, saying: "It doesn't bother me. I have been in the public eye for a long time now so it doesn’t affect me."
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Coleen went on to say that it would be different if she knew the person: "It would hurt me if it came from someone that's important to me like friends or family."
She then sassed the trolls, saying: "The people who are criticising me are probably a lot heavier than I am so it doesn't bother me anymore.
"There's probably someone who is 20 stone who is judging me online so I just ignore it. I don't understand why someone would make negative comments criticising someone's body."
Pictures of Coleen on the beach sparked pregnancy rumours (Credit: Flynet)
But Coleen has come a long way since she first rose to fame: "It used to annoy me when I was younger but I learned to just ignore it. It's not worth it."
You GO girl.
Coleen also hinted at the potential for another baby, coyly saying: "I'd never say never, but the thing is with three children you've got to make sure you have enough time to spend with all of them.
"I would never say never about more kids... I love being a mum."