Lauren Goodger has been branded a diva with the attention span of a goldfish by partner Charles Drury.
The TOWIE star received the backlash after deciding to film the pair of them in an Instagram live session.
The Daily Star reports how the now-deleted video saw the couple bickering on camera within minutes.
Charles scoffed: "This is what Lauren is like... just an absolute diva."
He then questioned how the reality TV star still didn't know how to properly use the social media's live tool.
He sighed that someone who spent so much time on the platform should know how to use it before saying she's "not very techy".
He then told his partner to take a look at what people were commenting on the post.
"All you are doing is sat there looking at yourself or looking away," he said.
"I think people don't come on the live just to look at your face."
He later moaned that Lauren has "the attention span of a gold fish," to which his partner jokingly said it was "baby brain".
When she tried unsuccessfully to read out a positive comment, Charles slammed her yet again.
"This is what I mean you can't even read," he said.
Lauren defended herself by telling Charles everyone else was telling him how rude he was being.
When he snapped back to deny the accusations, Lauren quickly questioned: "What can you do with these men?"
After telling viewers of the session that his partner had given them access to "five minutes of what I put up with," Lauren told her followers that their bickering was indeed just "banter".
The soon-to-be parents began dating in September last year and are expecting their first child in the summer.
After getting to know Charles as a friend first, Lauren invited him to move into her Essex pad after just three weeks of dating and the smitten pair were quick to profess their love for each other.
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