Vanderpump Rules' pregnant Brittany Cartwright's husband Jax calls star 'beautiful' after she's body-shamed by trolls

BRITTANY Cartwright's husband Jax Taylor has defended the pregnant star after she was body-shamed by trolls.

It comes after the Vanderpump Rules star, 32, recently posed nearly naked in a beautiful maternity shoot, to which some fans offered their negative opinions.

Despite the comments, Jax couldn't help but gush over his wife on social media.

The 41-year-old shared a clip to his Instagram Story, as the couple enjoyed dinner in their home.

Jax commented: "My beautiful wife over there just made this delicious meal."

The reality star then gave followers a glimpse of Brittany's cooking skills.

Meanwhile, the pregnant star was seen smiling as she stood in the kitchen.

Earlier this week, Brittany was forced to clap back at trolls following her maternity shoot.

A disgruntled fan took to the comments of the soon-to-be mom's snap, where they wrote: "That belly button scares me.

"They should've smoothed out her belly skin cause it grossed me out."

Brittany did not let the negativity go without punishment, as she posted the criticism to her stories and called their opinion 'disgusting'.

"Millions of women have stretch marks like me and we should be proud!!" she began.

"Comments like this woman's are part of the reason we get so ashamed when we should be feeling beautiful!!

"It is so disgusting people think it's okay to comment things like this."

Brittany then explained her emotions over her changing body, adding: "I'm not going to lie I cried my eyes out when I started getting stretch marks but now I know that they just show my strength and will be proof of growing my son.

"Let's try to be better and stop spreading hate like this… all women are beautiful, all shapes and sizes, stretch marks or not!!"

The couple married in 2019 and announced their new addition in September of 2020.

Brittany also recently gave an inside peek into her new nursery, as she prepares for the arrival of her son.

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