STACEY Solomon shared a glimpse at the daily vile messages she receives from a cruel troll – before dedicating today's 'Good Morning' video to him.
The 30-year-old star recorded her screen as she scrolled through the DMs from one follower called Mark.
Mark appeared to reply to every one of Stacey's morning videos that featured the song Good Morning, Good Morning, with messages including: "FFS get a life and change the record."
"FFS you are a boring person playing that song all the time. Change the record."
And: "Can you not think of any other song. Forgot you're as thick as [email protected]$k blonde."
Stacey captioned the post: "Sometimes I wake up and read your messages and land on just the right one to set me up for the day…
"Then I landed on Mark's messages… Mark is REALLY hating my Good Morning stories.
"He just can't take the song anymore and it's cracking me up…"
Getting her own back, the mum-of-three defiantly posted a video of herself singing the song herself while cuddling up to her giggling son Rex.
Stacey added in the caption: "This one's for you Mark… Good morning" alongside a white heart and crying-with-laughter emoji.
The TV favourite is regularly forced to hit back at trolls, including one earlier this month who slammed 14-month-old Rex's "filthy" clothes.
However, she isn't always able to brush the cruel comments off, and last month told followers that she was logging off social media for the day after receiving nasty messages.
Stacey was supported by boyfriend Joe Swash on her down day, with the popular star saying of her partner: "He grabbed me a Maccy D's and reminded me of who the important people are and reminded me of how hard and sad some people's lives must be to be so cruel.
"I really do feel sorry for cruel people. Because I wouldn't want to live a life with those thoughts it must be awful."
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