I'm a mum and four months pregnant – people tell me I need to change my 'inappropriate' style but I'll wear what I want | The Sun

SHE'S four months pregnant with her second child.

But being an expectant mum won't stop Abbie Herbert from wearing exactly what she wants – despite some people saying it's "inappropriate".

Abbie took to her TikTok page to hit back at critics, writing over her video: "'You are a mum and four months pregnant.

"'You can NOT wear that out in public'."

"Me out in public," she then wrote, showing her outfit which consisted of a long-sleeved crop top and low-slung trousers, putting her baby bump on full display.

"Im 26 & can dress how I want!" Abbie captioned her video.

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And people were quick to praise her for standing up against the "inappropriate" comments.

"Literally nothing wrong with that outfit, literally so cute," one wrote.

"Wear whatever you want momma, you look stunning!!"

"Wear whatever you want! Pregnancy is beautiful," another added.

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"I really don’t see the problem with it," a third commented.

As someone else wrote: "Girl that’s all I wore when pregnant. My bump was cute.

"I liked showing my belly and I’m young so I don't care."

Others weren't quite as convinced, with one writing: "I could never I'm so self-conscious."

"You do you!! Buut I would not be comfortable in that at 4 months preggo," another added.

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Abbie and husband Josh recently found out that they are expecting a baby boy – a brother for their daughter Poppy, who they affectionately call "Poot".

Despite facing criticism over their daughter's nickname, Abbie and Josh joked that they were considering an even more unusual moniker for their next baby – and wanted to call them Tooty Herbert.

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