Being a celebrity is tough as it is, but having people from around the world pry into every aspect of your private life must be infuriating - especially if you know you're doing nothing wrong.
As wonderful as Kelly Clarkson is, she tends to get a lot of hate for whatever she does.
First there was the persistent struggle of silencing weight-shamers.
Last year, the American Idol winner opened up about how her mental health struggles resulted in her weight loss. She felt "miserable," and the only way she came out of her depression was to quit exercising.
“If you gauge your life on what other people think, you’re going to be in a constant state of panic trying to please everyone," she told Redbook.
"People should just concentrate on their own lives and their own health and their own happiness, and whatever that looks like for you, be happy with it," Clarkson added.
It seems like weight-shamers aren't to be too much of a worry for the three time Grammy winner, but comments about how she raises her kids is.
Clarkson posted a video of her eldest daughter, River Rose, trying Nutella for the first time on Instagram, and it's got a lot of people talking.
In the clip, the mother of two asks her young daughter, "River, do you like Nutella?"
Of course, the toddler wiggles in her seat and smiles up at Clarkson. I mean, who wouldn't do that, the chocolate spread is undeniably delicious!
Unfortunately, many moms didn't share the same sentiment, and some have gone so far as to calling this "child abuse."