Millie Mackintosh gets backlash from fans for latest Instagram snap

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Millie Mackintosh's Instagram followers are not happy with her latest post!

The Made In Chelsea star is a prolific Instagram poster and often shares images of her clean-eating, healthy-living lifestyle. But she aimed to delve a bit deeper today and the results were less than positive.

Millie shared an image from a recent Grazia interview in which she discusses her own idea of what it is to be successful. After declaring she wanted spaghetti or caviar as her final meal on earth, Millie went on to say that her vision of success was "opening my wardrobe and having an item of clothing that I want to wear with my name on it."

 

#quotes @grazia_live @moorizzla #MillieSS15

A photo posted by Millie Mackintosh (@camillamackintosh) on

The 24-year-old launched her first clothing line, Millie Mackintosh, last autumn and the SS15 collection has just been unveiled.

While everyone's idea of success is relative, Millie's followers did not take kindly to her post and were quick to criticise. "The height of superficiality," wrote one, with another calling Millie a "f***ing snob."

Ouch! 

This isn't the first time one of Millie's posts have sparked a negative reaction. Although the reality star is open on social media about how hard she works to maintain a healthy lifestyle, a picture of Millie posing in a corset backstage at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show also led to some serious backlash about the model promoting an unhealthy body image.

We know Millie meant well with today's post, but you can't win them all!

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