Young mum, 21, trolled online after announcing she is pregnant with fourth child

A young mum has faced haters on social media after boasting about being pregnant with her fourth child aged just 21-years-old.

The woman, known only as Christa, posted a video on TikTok, hitting out at those who ridiculed her for announcing that she was pregnant again.

In a short video, declaring that she was having a "Christmas baby", she mouthed the words to Bleeding Love by Leona Lewis, while pointing at her heavily pregnant stomach.

She said: "I don't care what they say cause I'm in love with you."

The American Tiktok star often posts mother and baby content, featuring all three of her other children, under the username christacelia.

In previous videos she has clarified that she has been with her husband for six years, although it's not clear how long they have been married for.

She also clarified, in an even earlier video, that she only wanted to have four children– two boys and two girls – but ended up with three girls and one boy, despite having hoped that her son would be able to have a brother.

Many of the 21-year-olds videos are filled with hate comments expressing disgust at her age and the amount of children she has.

But, she does hint in one video that she won't be having any more and wants to enjoy her 30s and 40s – which would explain why she's chosen to have her children at a young age.

In many very religious families and other cultures having a large amount of children at a young age is not uncommon, however there is no indication of what Christa's religious or cultural beliefs are on her page.

In another video, explaining some parenting choices, she said that she wouldn't be breastfeeding her latest child.

And in a video that hit more than 1 million views, she admitted that she will continue to smoke during her latest pregnancy, having sought advice from her doctors about doing so.

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