During Tuesday night's launch show, viewers saw Lateysha Grace enter the Big Brother house. Fans may have recognised her from MTV show The Valleys and will know that she is mum to daughter Wynter Anna Grace, after giving birth in September last year.
That has prompted many to criticise Lateysha's decision to take part in Big Brother, but had she pre-planned a response to her critics?
Big Brother's civilian series lasts several months instead of several weeks, leading many to question Lateysha's choice to head into the house away from her ten-month-old baby.
She also came under fire for not mentioning Wynter during her VT, before entering the house. However, some did jump to Lateysha's defence and suggest that she might have done, but the editing of the show was to blame for missing it out.
Seriously don't understand what mother would leave their 9 month old baby to enter something like big brother for that long @LateyshaGrace— Hollie Davies (@hadavies_x) June 8, 2016
Either way, it seems like Lateysha anticipated the backlash and an Instagram post she shared prior to her appearance on Big Brother appears to provide a response.
She shared a sweet selfie with daughter Wynter, with the pair sporting matching red outfits. Alongside her photo, Lateysha added the caption: "Everything I do I do it for you."
While Lateysha is on the show, little Wynter is being cared for by her father Ben and Lateysha's mother, Debbie - her rep has confirmed.
The 23-year-old is actually up for the first eviction of the series, as her fellow housemate Laura Carter decided to nominate her. In Big Brother's first twist, Laura was targeted by the second house, The Others, and automatically put up for eviction.
She then had to nominate a fellow housemate to join her and chose Lateysha, as she hadn't spoken to the Welsh star as much as she had the rest of the house.
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