Katharine Schwarzenegger touts new book and animal rescue project

Katharine Schwarzenegger, in the kindest way possible, told an online troll to back up after accusing her of not doing anything for society as a Kennedy.

After posting selfies on Instagram, the daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger received an outpouring of compliments from her followers and her husband, Chris Pratt. However, one troll was obviously unimpressed claiming that Katharine was trying too hard to stay relevant.

In the comments section, the troll wrote:

“Remember when Kennedys used to like, do stuff for society? This one just posts extremely polished selfies that try too hard and look like they take hours to put together and talks about makeup. I guess ya gotta #stayrelevant.”

For some background, Katharine is a descendant of the former United States President John F. Kennedy. Her mother Maria Shriver was the daughter of the former president’s sister, Eunice Kennedy Shriver.

Instagram account Comments by Celebs was able to take a screenshot of Katharine’s reply, as she shut down the troll sharing her recent projects.

The newlywed wrote back: “Took the above picture after submitting my final draft of my fourth book (coming soon) and on my way to doing an interview on behalf of shelter animals (my cause of choice) god bless.”

Katharine is the author of two self-help books titled “Rock What You’ve Got: Secrets to Loving Your Inner and Outer Beauty From Someone Who’s Been There and Back” and “I Just Graduated…Now What?”. In 2017, she reached a milestone of publishing her
First children’s book titled Maverick and Me. Katharine is also a known animal rescue advocate.

Laura Ebeling
Laura Ebeling
Laura is a reporter and a gossip columnist for Best in Australia. She focuses on celebrities, science and social affairs in Australia and worldwide.
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