Others commented on the price of Bugaboos (anything from £200 to £1,000), with one woman writing: ' I don't look like her, but obvs if I had the right stroller I would. Also, maybe she spent all her money on the stroller and then couldn't afford any clothes?'
As someone who subsisted on a diet of chocolate Digestives, reality TV marathons and weepy despair for the first six months after giving birth, I'm not on Ymre's wavelength. But there are plenty of new mothers keen to get back into the exercise habit - go to any park and you'll see an army of women pushing buggies in workout gear.
In response to the criticism, Bugaboo has released a statement saying: "We believe that all parents should run free no matter where they are on their fitness journeys and what they choose to wear on their runs."
The surprise here is that this hugely successful company, a hallowed name for the Mumsnet set, is so tone-deaf to its client base. (Full disclosure: I have a Bugaboo. Of course I do. I live in North London and I'd get funny looks if I pushed anything else around my local Waitrose).