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Chris Pratt gets blasted for ‘sexist’ Instagram post about wife Katherine Schwarzenegger

Chris Pratt has been labeled a ‘sexist’, ‘crude’ and a ‘narcissist’ for a recent Instagram post where he gushed about his ‘greatest treasure’, wife Katherine Schwarzenegger.

On Tuesday, the 41-year-old shared a photo of himself with his 31-year-old bride, with a lavish caption about his love for her.

But while the couple’s family and friends found his words sweet and heartwarming, other comments have come in from critics who find his words “disturbing” — accusing him of talking about Katherine as if she were his “property.”

Many have also objected to Chris’s praising Katherine for giving him a “beautiful healthy daughter,” one-year-old Lyla Maria Pratt, whom they have interpreted as a cruel, capable earl to his nine-year-old son Jack, who became Born two months premature and had health problems.

The Look: Chris Pratt, 41, posted a photo of himself with wife Katherine Schwarzenegger, 31, on Nov. 2

The Look: Chris Pratt, 41, posted a photo of himself with wife Katherine Schwarzenegger, 31, on Nov. 2

Hearts: He gushed about the loving way she looks at him in the snap, how she “helps him with everything” and being his “greatest treasure” next to a favorite baseball card

‘Guys. Real. Look how she looks at me! I mean. Find someone who looks at you like that!! You know!?’ Chris wrote, referring to Katherine’s admiring look in the image.

“We met at church,” he continued. “She’s given me a wonderful life, a beautiful healthy daughter, she chews so hard sometimes I put my earplugs in to drown it out, but that’s love!”

‘She helps me with everything. In return, I regularly open a jar of pickles. That’s the trade.

“Her heart is pure and it is mine. My greatest treasure next to my Ken Griffey Jr Upper Deck Rookie card. Which, if you know, says a lot,” he added, referring to the Hall of Fame player who played for the Seattle Mariners after being drafted as number one and the Cincinnati Reds.

Her birthday is in about 6 weeks. So if I don’t get her anything, I’ll tell her to look back at this message. I love you honey,” Chris concluded along with a few red heart emojis.

Yikes: Katherine shared the post, where he also joked that she preached 'so loudly' and said he might not give her a birthday present when she turns 32 in six weeks

Yikes: Katherine shared the post, where he also joked that she preached 'so loudly' and said he might not give her a birthday present when she turns 32 in six weeks

Yikes: Katherine shared the post, where he also joked that she preached ‘so loudly’ and said he might not give her a birthday present when she turns 32 in six weeks

Hollywood star: Katherine and Chris will be seen in Los Angeles in April 2019 at the world premiere of Avengers: Endgame

Hollywood star: Katherine and Chris will be seen in Los Angeles in April 2019 at the world premiere of Avengers: Endgame

Hollywood star: Katherine and Chris will be seen in Los Angeles in April 2019 at the world premiere of Avengers: Endgame

The post has earned more than 2.1 million likes, with supportive comments from the likes of Katherine’s mother Maria Shriver, Billy Bush, Jason Kennedy, Terry Crews and former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard.

Katherine certainly seems to approve and shared his post in her Instagram Stories.

But of the thousands of comments that have poured in, many have had a less than positive reading of Chris’s posts, with critics calling him sexist, “sh***y,” “rude” and “narcissistic” for the language he used. to talk about his wife – and the unflattering behavior he seemed to admit.

“It’s only cool if you look at her the same guy,” one wrote.

“I really don’t think this is as great a post as you think it is,” commented another with a series of red flag emojis.

“This appears to be a hostage situation,” another wrote, while another said, “What in the male brutality.”

Unimpressed: Commentators have called the post 'rude' and 'narcissistic', with one saying it 'fills a toxic bingo card for Christians'

Unimpressed: Commentators have called the post 'rude' and 'narcissistic', with one saying it 'fills a toxic bingo card for Christians'

Unimpressed: Commentators have called the post ‘rude’ and ‘narcissistic’, with one saying it ‘fills a toxic bingo card for Christians’

Many were put off by the way he compared her to a baseball card, and one of them asked, “Did you just describe your wife as a possession?”

“This one post could fill a toxic Christian man bingo card,” wrote another, explaining that Pratt “made a weird comment about her purity/property” and gushed “about how much your wife does for you for next to nothing in return.” ‘

Others agreed that it was strange that he was so willing to admit that he didn’t do much for his wife.

‘Sir…..why are you proud to do absolutely nothing for your wife and criticize not only your ex-wife but also your son???? hurrah,’ said one.

Quite a few commented that, even in a loving post, Chris chose to mention something he didn’t like about Katherine — and also urged him to actually give her a birthday present.

“The next time you compliment your wife, reconsider the pathetic ignorance and casual disrespect. And in any case, make sure you get her something within six weeks. That’s more than enough time,” said one.

Former couple: Anna Faris and ex-husband Chris can be seen in Hollywood at the Guardians Of The Galaxy premiere in July 2014

Former couple: Anna Faris and ex-husband Chris can be seen in Hollywood at the Guardians Of The Galaxy premiere in July 2014

Former couple: Anna Faris and ex-husband Chris can be seen in Hollywood at the Guardians Of The Galaxy premiere in July 2014

Kiddo: Several people have criticized him for not mentioning his nine-year-old son Jack, who he shares with ex-wife Anna

Kiddo: Several people have criticized him for not mentioning his nine-year-old son Jack, who he shares with ex-wife Anna

Kiddo: Several people have criticized him for not mentioning his nine-year-old son Jack, who he shares with ex-wife Anna

Other commentators were fixated on how Chris called his wife and the daughter they share, but mentioned his son, Jack, who he shares with ex-wife Anna Farris.

“Can’t wait to say this about my second family,” one wrote.

‘Have you somehow forgotten your son???’ asked another, while a third wrote, “Have you forgotten you have another child?”

“Great, but besides your rookie card you have another kid,” another interrupted, as another gave the lesson: “Your greatest treasure is your children. Plural. 2 children.’

‘And your beautiful son…? As the child of someone who basically forgot I existed when my younger sibling came along who someone else gave him, it sucks to be treated as less than or to have my mom treated as such too. Just say,’ said another.

‘It’s so precious. It almost makes us forget how quickly you abandoned your last family to get this one. God is good, isn’t it,” wrote another.

Some commentators focused on Chris’ use of the word “healthy” to describe his daughter. Jack was born two months premature and has had some health problems

Some particularly upset commentators focused on Chris’ use of the word “healthy” to describe his daughter, whom they considered insensitive to his son.

Jack was born two months premature and weighed just three pounds. He spent a month in the NICU and has severe brain haemorrhages.

He had a few hernias and eye surgeries, and also had “a minor heart problem,” Anna said. He still has problems with his vision and leg muscles.

“A beautiful ‘healthy’ daughter?” wrote one commenter. ‘It seems strange to me to say. It’s weird when his other child was born prematurely and had health problems. It’s insensitive to say IMO.’

‘I notice the emphasis that she gives you a ‘healthy’ child. Looks like your first kid wasn’t good enough,” another wrote.

“Why mention that she gave you a healthy daughter? Are you bitter that your son was premature and has health problems? That’s such a passive-aggressive statement,” another commented.

“As a special needs parent, you triggered me when you said she gave you a ‘healthy’ daughter,” another critic disapproved of. ‘Like implying your last wife didn’t? Your child has special needs and he is special and healthy too! You should praise her for everything she’s been through. And so does he. Just say, that wasn’t Christian, dude.’

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