Insta star Clemmie Hooper, who deleted her account after being exposed as a fake gossip site user, has reappeared on her husband Simon’s Instagram as the couple celebrate a family beach holiday with their children.
Simon Hooper, also known as Father Of Daughters, shared a snap of his wife as they all looked out at the sunset.
“The one and only photo I have of all my girls together from holiday…” he captioned it.
“We were actually arguing about me making everyone walk to a restaurant… oh the horror.
Simon had hinted he’d forgiven Clemmie for her cyber bullying in a sweet snap shared on December 28.
He’d captioned it: “With relatives all now packed up & safely back in their own homes, ready to be wheeled out and seen again at the next family gathering, the deafen noises of shrieking kids, barking dogs & general festive cheer (that’s reverberated around the house for what seems like an eternity) has finally subsided to be replaced with relative tranquility & a life that feels a little more ‘normal’.”
Simon added: “The next 3 days is our time – just me and my 5 girls….. bet we’re all clawing at the walls & concocting inventive ways to kill each other within 24 hours…..ahhh, family time.”
It came after he refused to defend Clemmie’s actions when she was forced to apologise for an anonymous eight-month trolling campaign against her real-life friends and fellow mummy bloggers.
“In all honesty, I’m feeling both angry & a bit sad. I can’t condone or fully understand why Clemmie did what she did. Make no mistake about it – she made some bad choices – I just wish she could have spoken to me about this before it all got too much,” he wrote.
“To be clear, I’m not here to defend my wife’s actions or provide excuses because I have none. What I do know is that online actions have real world consequences – this has impacted our family & it will take some time to recover.”
Back in November, Clemmie issued a grovelling apology when she was unmasked as the nasty Tattle Life troll – even branding her own husband a “class A t**t” in a bid to cover her tracks.
After several users grew suspicious of the posts, which were published under the name AliceInWanderLust, Clemmie was forced to tell the very friends she’d been slating that she was behind the cruel jibes – but begged them not to expose her publicly.
She was caught when both she and her alias revealed they were in St Lucia at the same time, after nearly a year of dubbing her fellow Instagrammers ‘desperate’ and even sympathising with them in real life about the online bullying.
Clemmie deleted her Instagram after losing thousands of followers within days – but fans might see her appearing in Simon’s snap as a sign she’s ready to relaunch her career.