Chloe Sims has hit back at Ulrika Jonsson after the TV presenter criticised the TOWIE cast member for not being honest with her daughter about her plastic surgery.
Reality star Chloe, 40, told her daughter Madison, 16, she sustained bruises ‘from falling down’ rather than going under the knife, prompting Ulrika, 54, to accuse Chloe of ‘rejecting the principles of parenting that require us to be frank’.
However, a representative for Chloe spoke up on her behalf on Saturday, saying: ‘Chloe is deeply disappointed by Ulrika’s uneducated comments and misinformation on twisting fact from its original source interview in celebrating motherhood…
Comeback: Chloe Sims, 40, has hit back at Ulrika Jonsson, 54, after the TV presenter criticised the TOWIE cast member for not being honest with her daughter about her plastic surgery
‘And the remarkable bond Chloe has with her daughter into a piece that bears little accuracy, but bitterness in its reflection from its author.
‘For a woman that professes to support and empower other woman, this is somewhat contrary to the values she professes to champion.’
MailOnline has contacted Ulrika for further comment.
Chloe, who shares daughter Madison with her ex Matthew, is said to have had boob jobs, butt lifts and ‘facial tweaks’.
Blunt: Ulrika accused Chloe of ‘rejecting the principles of parenting that require us to be frank, sincere and trustworthy’
However, she recently revealed she has previously told her daughter the bruises are ‘from falling down’.
Ulrika wrote in response in The Sun: ‘It’s rejecting the principles of parenting that require us to be frank, sincere and trustworthy.’
The Swedish star admitted Chloe’s lack of honesty worried her as a parent and how it was important for young people not to have a false perception of the perfect body.
She added: ‘I feel deeply troubled by parents who think nothing of not telling the truth to their children.
Honesty: Ulrika said she is happily open and honest with her children to the point that they sometimes storm out of the room
‘By not discussing alterations to her body, Chloe is pretending all women are blessed with near-perfect bodies. And we all know that ain’t true.’
Ulrika said that she is happily open and honest with her children to the point that they sometimes storm out of the room.
The blonde star wrote that she is prepared for her children to know how unfair the world can be and about her own flaws and weaknesses.
Mother and daughter: Chloe said: ‘Chloe is deeply disappointed by Ulrika’s uneducated comments and misinformation’
The former Shooting Stars team captain said she was shocked to believe that Madison hadn’t learnt more about the realities of life at her age with a mother in the public eye.
Writing that she wanted her own children to live in the real world and not a false one that she herself had created.
She went on to say that she believes a lack of honest conversation between parent and child is dangerous and sows seeds of doubt and mistrust.
Ulrika is mother to children Cameron, 27, Bo, 21, Martha, 17 and Malcolm, 13.
The father of her son Cameron is John Turnbull, who she was married to between 1990-1995.
She shares daughter Bo with Markus Kempen, who she split from shortly after Bo was born in 2000.
Martha’s father is Lance Gerrard-Wright, Ulrika’s husband from 2003-2005.
She then wed Brian Monet in 2008 and they share son Malcolm. In 2014, Brian also adopted her daughter Bo from the presenter’s relationship with German hotel boss Markus Kempen.
Family unit: Ulrika is mother to Malcolm, 13, Martha, 17, Cameron, 27, and Bo, 21 (pictured 2021)