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An investigation into Diary Of A Fit Mommy, that random account commenting on your fave Instas

Who is she?

YOU MIGHT BE familar with a username which regularly crops up in the comments of your fave Instagrammers, especially the Kardashians.

3 generations @fendi #MeAndMyPeekABoo

A post shared by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on

You might not be able to see it there (Kim gets a lot of comments, in fairness), but trust us, you’ve seen the name before.


Yep, Sia Cooper – aka Diary Of A Fit Mommy – is regularly seen calling Kylie Jenner/Chrissy Teigen/every other female celebrity “mommy goals” on the photo sharing site. She’s never too far away to give support when they share a fresh new outfit or selfie.

Instagram’s algorithm is the reason why Cooper’s comments are often the first ones people see while scrolling through their feeds, because Cooper is a verified user with over 1 million followers.

She’s there. Always. There. Lurking in the comments. So much so, that Teigen eventually called her out on it.

ah!! @beccacosmetics #BECCAxCHRISSY front and center at @sephora!

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In some now-deleted posts, Teigen retweeted a person criticizing Cooper for regularly commenting on her A-list friends’ posts.

“There is a certain ‘influencer’ who comments on literally every photo I happen to see on Instagram,” wrote the Twitter user. “At this point, it’s not really that they love the content. It’s a transparent attempt to get more followers. And it’s ANNOYING!!!”

Teigen replied to the tweet, writing, “EVERY PHOTO.”

People soon copped who the pair were referring to and tagged her in the post, so Teigen deleted the tweet.

“People figured it out I didn’t want people bullying her,” she wrote. Fair, tbh.

So, what does she actually do?

As well as being a personal trainer, mother and Instagrammer, Cooper sells online fitness guides.

The personal trainer knows what she’s doing, and isn’t afraid to call out her naysayers.

I get bullied and harassed on a daily basis because I choose to comment on Instagram. Now I’m finally hitting back at the haters in my newest blog post at I get called fat, ugly, annoying, stupid, and a bad mom because I comment and interact with my favorite pages to follow. The hate that I get is so insane and hypocritical because they do the exact same. I’ve even had comments from people saying to “KYS” which stands for “kill your self” and messages saying they were going to kill my children. There was another school shooting today and I wonder why..the shooter reportedly was bullied much like this. First of all, instagram (social media) is my full time job. It’s how I connect with clients and gain new followers. It may look like I’m on here 24/7 because I have my notifications turned on. Also my kids are taken care of 😘 Let me ask you this.. if you know I’m everywhere doesn’t that mean you’re everywhere too? 🤔 Honestly. But the person whom you should really be upset with is this new Instagram algorithm. They choose to highlight my comments, but this is how I always commented. 🤷🏽‍♀️ Nothing new here folks. I make $500,000 a year and I am able to support my family of 4 so I’m happy to be here. Even when haters are trying their best to phase me. I’m so thankful for @instagram and this page of mine. It’s taken me to so many places and I’ve met so many amazing people! And I don’t care what anyone says, I’ve got the BEST followers in the world! 💜 I’m constantly bombarded with messages and comments from haters asking me to block them but little do they know, they’ll still see my comments regardless if they block me or I block them. I won’t be stopping anytime soon so you can either do one of the following: 1. Read my newest blog post and try to understand where I’m coming from. 2. Stop getting so triggered and simply scroll past my comments if you see them. 3. Keep hating and be a miserable presence. The choice is yours. It’s a beautiful life and at the end of the day there are more important things to be concerned with ☺️

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She recently told Refinery29:

I’ve felt bullied into the need not to comment on other posts, [but] I have to do what is best for me and for my business at the same time. The issue is with the sticky post format, and shouldn’t be with me. I’ve thought a lot about this.
The hate I receive is upsetting but underwhelming compared to the support I get and the amazing followers I’ve picked up who become part of my community – where I do my best to inspire, keep it real, and provide useful content.”

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