FOOTBALLER Kyle Walker was slammed by fans as he snubs his lovechild with Lauryn Goodman on his new football boots with his children's names.
The Manchester City star, 30, showed off his new pair of boots on Instagram, which had the names and dates of birth of his three children with partner Annie Kilner.
Riaan, Reign and Roman each received a spot on the boot, but Kairo, 13 months, wasn't included.
The exclusion caused a heavy backlash on the Instagram page, leading to the footballer turning off comments on the post and deleting negative comments, according to the MailOnline.
Lauryn also took a swipe at the star on her own page, saying: "Oh babe all those followers you have but you have to turn your comments off. See this is the thing. Mums fight for their babies. Kairo has done nothing. Apart from be adorable.
"Women are not scared to have their say. I may have less followers. But I am a real person who will fight for Kairo until I am no longer here."
She also shared a quote that read: "No one ever notices when you're being provoked, just when you retaliate."
The reality star gave birth to her son last April.
She was forced to defend giving Kairo his dad's surname after the pair only had a short fling in 2019.
“Single mums have questioned why Kairo’s surname is Walker because they say they don’t want to give the father the satisfaction of them having their surname," Lauryn said.
"It was a mutual decision to name him Walker and I honoured that.
“I appreciate there was speculation, but I don’t feel I constantly have to justify myself for any decisions that are made with our son.”
She also revealed it can be hard being a single mum, but having her sister and CBB star Chloe Goodman also raising her daughter at the same time is a big help.
Chloe gave birth to Isla in June last year and shares her with footballer fiancé Grant Hall.
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