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Emily Ratajkowski’s Bath Photos With One-Year-Old Son Spark Backlash

Emily Ratajkowski has been called out for posting photos of herself and her one-year-son in the bath together. 
Credit: Alamy & @emrata/Instagram

Emily Ratajkowski has been called out for posting photos of herself and her one-year-son in the bath together. 

The ‘Blurred Lines’ star took to Instagram on September 23 and uploaded three bathtub shots of her and her only child, Sylvester.

She captioned the snap: “Love of my life.”

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Although the post has garnered more than 1 million likes, hundreds have taken to the comments and branded it ‘weird’.

One follower wrote: “This is so weird. OK, if you wanna take a shower with your son, cute… but to pose naked with him and post it. So, so weird.”

Another added: “Why on earth are you taking pictures with your naked son… What do you do for just ‘likes’ and attention…”

“This is weird,” a third remarked.

While a fourth said: “This is completely inappropriate.”

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Others took to the comments and defended Ratajkowski, with one writing: “Baths with bebe is just the best.”

“Can everyone stop hating. This is a beautiful mother and son relationship,” a second said.

Someone else added: “This is very cute.”

Over recent months, Ratajkowski has uploaded many photos with her only child, who she shares with soon-to-be ex-husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.

Emily Ratajkowski and her son.
Emily Ratajkowski has been called out for posting photos of herself and her one-year-son in the bath together. Credit: @emrata/Instagram

Last year, in a chat with Interview Magazine, the 31-year-old said she’s ‘protecting’ him from ‘toxic masculine culture’.

She told the publication: “My son, babies, have this genderless quality to them, and so I love affording that to him right now. I’ve just been treating him as this wonderful little human who’s being introduced to the world.”

Referencing her book, Ratajkowski continued: “I also think that this culture that I’m writing about in the book, is very bad for men. There are books about how bad it is for men.

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“I see it in my life, the ways that it limits men, and how depressing their existence and their lives can be when they have to adopt this toxic masculinity. So I also feel incredibly protective of him in the same way I would with a daughter, from this culture.”

During her pregnancy, Ratajkowski also penned an essay for Vogue magazine in which she said she planned to raise her child gender-neutral.

The Gone Girl star wrote: “When my husband and I tell friends that I’m pregnant, their first question after ‘Congratulations’ is almost always ‘Do you know what you want?’”

“We like to respond that we won’t know the gender until our child is 18 and that they’ll let us know then.”

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