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You can understand why people are criticising this mother for taking her four-year-old daughter on ITV this morning.
Nevaeh developed breasts at the age of two due to precocious puberty, which is a rare condition affecting around one in 5,000 children.
The mother, Charlie Denton, has faced a huge backlash after her daughter was clearly embarrassed and didn't want to face the camera. Poor kid.
Charlie appeared on Good Morning Britain to raise awareness of the condition, which is fair enough, but did the poor kid have to be there with thousands of people gawping at her?
The public took to Twitter (as they often do) to weigh in on the situation...
:rage:obvious that poor little girl on good morning Britain doesn't want to be there to be gawked at - Mother !!!!!
- Angie (@Comeonmurray12) 15 September 2016
@GMB pretty cruel to be talking about that little girl today like she wasn't there. No wonder she was upset! #puberty
- Hibbsy (@Hibbsy37) 15 September 2016
Surely you can interview the mum on the subject without parading the little girl in front of the camera who is clearly uncomfortable @GMB
- Taivi Toommagi (@TaiviT) 15 September 2016
@GMB poor girl being paraded on TV for rare embarrassing illness.
- Caz (@MadgeCiccone) 15 September 2016
Describing the lead up to the diagnosis, Charlie said: "It was a huge shock. Just after her second birthday, she developed breast buds.
"At first, the doctor reassured us she was fine but then she developed second buds and so we took her back. She then underwent many tests and we were told she had started puberty. We had never heard of the condition before."
What do you think? Should she have left the little girl at home or good on her for raising awareness? Let us know in the comments below.
Featured image credit: ITV
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