The mum-of-four took to her Instagram account to share a pic of 3-month-old Ronnie with her 451k followers.
Tucked up in his pram, with a dummy and Moncler fur trimmed hooded padded jacket, Ronnie looked snug – even sporting a little frown.
Mum Danielle wrote: ‘Ronnie’s first bonfire moncler coat from @farfetch'.
Since Danielle posted it, the cute snap of the little tot has garnered over 6k likes.
But not all of Danielle's fans were happy with the choice of outerwear the former Miss England has chosen to dress baby Ronnie in.
The brand that little Ronnie is wearing is Moncler, a luxurious high-end clothing range who specialise in ski jackets for all ages. This particular jacket seems to be the raccoon fur-trimmed padded jacket, sold at £300.
One user wrote: ‘Loving the jacket ...but...Slightly over the top a tiny baby ..’ while another went in hard, questioning the mum: ‘Do u always have to advertise something ?’
The 33-year-old didn't hold back and replied to fans: ‘Saves people having to ask as they always do.'
But Danielle's explanation didn't stop more comments rolling in. One fan posted a query about the fur: ‘Is it fake or real fur on the collar?'
A second added: 'Gorgeous little one, but that looks like real fur.'
A third follower didn't hold back: 'The coat is minging ... looks like a bin bag wrapped in real fur ..shame on Moncler and shame on you ..', while another fan begged 'Tell me it's faux fur'.
However, some fans came to her defence: 'That's the cutest ever! Ronnie is just divine x Clothes/coats always swamp new borns if we all bought to fit we’d be broke and buying clothing every week don’t mind them .. xx’
One fan advised the mum: ‘he looks as snug as a bug. You can’t win whatever you do but keep doing what you are doing.’
Danielle gave birth to Ronnie in September, with fiancé Michael O’Neill, making him the fourth little lad to join her brood.
Speaking to OK! in a recent interview, she admitted that she'd like to add a girl to the family in the future.
She said: 'Having Ronnie has made me and Michael more of a unit, more complete as a family, and I think another baby, a little girl especially, would only cement that more.'