BBC Breakfast presenter Nina Warhurst has hit back at an online troll who told her that her choice of clothing was a "huge mistake".
The 42-year-old star, who is expecting her third child, hosted the popular news programme earlier this week alongside co-host Roger Johnson.
Wearing a black ASOS dress, which sported colourful disco spots, Nina looked radiant as she showed off her blossoming baby bump.
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Nina's maternity dress also included puff sleeves and a buttoned keyhole back.
But despite her pleasing disposition, Nina was cruelly trolled for her outfit while sitting on the famous red sofa.
The online user wrote on Twitter: "Oh dear Nina! That sporty dress is a HUGE mistake! You look like an entertainer at a kids birthday party!"
But Nina quickly hit back and wrote: "Good to know it wasn’t just a small mistake.
"Unkind comments should always be enhanced with CAPITAL LETTERS AND MULTIPLE EXCLAMATION MARKS!!!"
After seeing the frosty exchange of words, other social media users jumped to Nina's defence.
One fan said: "I said earlier how lovely you looked and how I love you and @RogerJ_01 together. Some people are just so rude. Obviously jealous of you."
While a second added: "You look BLOOMING marvellous (see what I did there!)."
The news comes after Nina opened up about the heartbreaking loss she recently endured.
The journalist took to Instagram to share the news od her loss that took place over the "last few months".
Sharing a picture online, Nina could be seen wearing her black disco dress as she stood alongside her family to celebrate her loved one's life at a memorial service.
She captioned her post: "With my Mum [and] sisters at a memorial celebration yesterday (‘no black please’).
"We’ve said three big goodbyes in the last few months to people we loved very much.
"And they loved us since we were kids – guided us, made us laugh, helped us feel safe,” she continued.
"It’s been bruising having a run of grief, but made me appreciative of the support you get from the special elders of your extended village – whatever that is and whoever they are," she added.
BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One and BBC iPlayer at 6am
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