Stacey Solomon has defended her actions after being caught smoking at seven months pregnant.
We guess she might not be keeping that "Mums Go To Iceland" contract for much longer then...
The Celebrity Mum Of The Year 2011 was photographed smoking four cigarettes in under two hours outside The Works studio earlier this week. And she's tried to defend her actions to The People:
"I know it doesn't look good but I only have a few cigs a day. I don't think I've let down my fans, but I do get a little stressed at times and a ciggie helps me calm down... I desperately want to stop smoking and I don't want to set a bad example. It's a tough habit to break but I'm going to give it my best shot."
We imagine the backlash from this one isn't going to be good, especially now she's claimed that quitting the habit would be even more stressful on her body than continuing.
However, she has found support in an unlikely corner. Deborah Arnott, one of the bigwigs at Action on Smoking and Health, has asked people to show sympathy to Stacey and her addictions:
"If Stacey is smoking at seven months she's got a serious problem. She is to be pitied as she's obviously heavily addicted. She needs help not condemnation."
Interesting. What do you think? Should Stacey be slammed by the press for this, or should they respect the fact that smoking is an addiction and one that's very hard to give up?