I'm a sexy mum – people say I should wear more 'appropriate' swimwear now I've got kids but I never will | The Sun

A MUM who has been told to wear more "appropriate" swimwear now she's got kids has insisted she never well.

Leticia Gardner frequently shows off her incredible figure in posts on her social media pages.

But as she's got two children, she sometimes finds herself the subject of comments from trolls telling her to cover up more.

Leticia responded to the criticism in another TikTok video, in which she wore an orange swimsuit with high legs and a plunging neckline.

"When they say you're a mum so you need to wear mum appropriate swimsuits," she wrote over the top.

"Well, this is as close as I will get to that."

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"Why does being a mom mean you have to dress a way that ppl want," one person wrote in the comments section of the video.

As another commented: "Whats wrong with it? Not hanging out everywhere.."

"I mean, seems appropriate to me," a third wrote.

While someone else added: "Yes queen, I love this… don’t listen to what they all say."

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"She don’t have to wear appropriate swimwear – she can wear whatever she wants to, her body her choice," another commented.

And Leticia continued to prove that she'll do just that as she shared more videos showing off the skimpy bikinis and swimsuits she favours.

In another clip, she sported a marbled blue bikini and matching sarong, as she revealed she's 36, married and has two kids.

"Ain’t no way you 36, you look younger," one person insisted in the comments.

"Awwww you look amazing. I’m literally working on getting on your level," another added.

"Now that's what you call ageing beautifully," a third insisted.

As someone else wrote: "I wish I had that body! You're killing it!"

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