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If You’re A Mum, Katie Hopkins Probably Just Insulted You…

It’s been a while since Katie Hopkins directed her controversial views at mums (well, a few weeks at least), but she’s back… with a vengeance

Katie Hopkins has been letting us all know what she thinks about mums again. The Apprentice contestant has shared her feelings on her ‘five most hated types of mum’ – and try not to be offended if you feel you’re ‘mentioned’ as Katie’s scorn seems to cover pretty much every mum.

‘I hate fat mums, home schooling mums, eco mums and stay-at-home mums and dads,’ writes the mum of two in her Yahoo! column.
‘Avoid the Parent Teachers Association mum at all costs,’ says Katie. ‘Having given up a job she loved for her kids, PTA mum has found her calling as head of the Parent Teachers Association… Smug doesn’t even come close.’

Katie continues to attack mums who home school their children, writing, ‘She has chosen to remove her precious kids from all human contact and spend her every waking moment in their company… Home school kids tend to end up terrified and wide eyed; beaten up for calling “Miss”  “Mummy” and hiding in the toilets from Brandon trying to cut off their absurdly long hair.’

‘I hate fat mums, home schooling mums, eco mums and stay-at-home mums and dads’

And eco mums don’t meet Katie’s standards, either. ‘Eco-mum cycles to school with unwashed children clinging to the framework of her bike, helmet stuck to her egg white washed hair. Feel pity for the kids,’ she says.

The 38-year-old columnist doesn’t stop at mums. Katie also writes of her dislike (to put it nicely) of stay at home dads – who Katie calls ‘dad mums’.

‘Someone needs to tell the stay at home dad to grow a pair and man the hell up,’ says Katie. ‘Imagining sex with dad-mum makes you gag in your mouth. Someone needs to tell him to grow a pair and man the hell up.’

But the most awful description from Katie goes to the ‘fat mum’. And it’s not nice to read.

‘Fat mum does drop off and pick up without ever actually leaving the car and belches out her fat kids in a cloud of cigarette smoke and crisp packets,' says Katie. 'Stare opened mouthed at her sheer size wearing only lycra and a sneer.’ Ouch.

Check out Katie Hopkins' top 10 parenting jibes here.

So, what do you think of Katie Hopkins’ latest views? Let us know in the comments box below.

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