And become our hero.

By Kelly Bryant,
Updated October 07, 2015

The idea that anyone would body shame a pregnant women seems completely preposterous and yet it happens…quite often. Whether it's a woman in the public eye or one just walking in public, everyone has an opinion and some are scathing.

Fortunately we have women like Australian news anchor Sarah Harris in this world to tell the judgmental set exactly where they can stick their criticism.

After a tabloid published photos of the pregnant TV host while she was casually dressed during the off-camera part of her day, Harris felt particularly ambushed by negativity over her appearance…while she is creating a human inside of her body. Instead of staying quiet on the subject, she took the liberty of airing her grievances on television, and her words are wonderful.

"I hope those photos make other pregnant women feel better about their bodies because I'm kind of fed up with the body-shaming that happens when you're pregnant and then the pressure that comes afterward to lose the baby weight," she said during her monologue. "On behalf of all of the pregnant women out there who might be feeling a little bit chubby and bit flabby, I want to say to the haters, get stuffed!"