By Ali Therefore For Daily Mail Australia 05:22 19 Mar 2023, updated 05:32 19 Mar 2023
She recently hit back at online critics who accused her of “malnourishing” her two children by rarely allowing them to eat processed or sugary foods.
And model Rachael Finch, 34, looked far from dejected as she promoted her brand of collagen powder at a Myer department store in Sydney on Saturday.
The mother-of-two smiled and laughed as she delivered her goods and chatted to customers at a busy in-store kiosk.
The former Miss Universe looked fit and fabulous, showing off her athletic figure in a white crop top, matching high-waisted trousers and strappy heels.
She wore a full face of makeup and let her auburn locks fall in loose waves.
Rachael Finch, 34, (pictured) looked far from dejected as she promoted her collagen powder brand at a Myer department store in Sydney on Saturday – days after she hit back at trolls who accused her of “underfeeding” her two children by rarely allowing them to eat processed or sugary foods
The sighting comes two days after Rachael attacked a troll who said she ‘abuses’ her children by ‘underfeeding’ them.
Rachael is very committed to health and rarely allows her children Violet, eight, and Dominic, five, to eat unhealthy foods.
One of her social media followers cruelly commented on the way she feeds her children, claiming it will lead to eating disorders when they are older.
The mother-of-two smiled and laughed as she delivered her goods and chatted to customers at a busy in-store kiosk
“Hi Rachael, I have been following you for years, have bought most of your Kissed Earth products but I have to say what you are feeding your children is a form of child abuse,” they wrote.
“They are malnourished and extremely underweight. Please feed her more. You deny them a childhood.
“I have no doubt that whatever you feed Violet will develop some form of eating disorder,” they continued.
The former Miss Universe looked fit and fabulous, showing off her athletic figure in a white crop top, matching high-waisted trousers and strappy heels
‘I will not buy your products again (however great they are).’
Rachel, who shares her two children with her dancer husband Michael Miziner, screenshotted the comment and posted it to her Instagram page to cheat on the troll.
The mother of two was angry about the accusation and called the comments dangerous.
It comes after the former Miss Universe, a devoted health enthusiast, attacked a troll who said she was ‘abusing’ her children by ‘underfeeding’ them. (Pictured: Rachael, her husband Michael Miziner and their two children Violet, eight, and Dominic, five)
“Child Abuse. Eating disorder. malnourished. How would you react? Would you answer?’ She wrote.
“I feel lucky because I have the emotional support at home that helps me deal with these kinds of comments,” the star fumed.
“But for those who don’t, it could be dangerous. Despite the fact that this person has no idea about our child’s wellbeing other than a few food posts I do from time to time, it plays with your thoughts and feelings,” she continued.
Rachael was furious at the allegation, calling the comments “dangerous”.
“This post is just a reminder to think twice before you speak or type.
“You don’t have to agree with everyone, but you should keep your potentially harmful comments to yourself.
“Instead, please spread kindness,” she finished.
Many of Rachael’s friends and fans jumped into the comments section to defend her.
Fitness influencer Ashy Bines wrote: “Abuse to feed them organic, unprocessed, nutrient dense meals? Wow ok you are doing great and your kids are so healthy!!!’
While chef Miguel Maestre commented, “haters will hate it, don’t worry, don’t waste your time.
‘You have the most beautiful family, you are such nice people, keep smiling Amiga’.
Many of the model’s friends and fans jumped into the comments section to defend her