Fans blast Piers Morgan for mocking Daniel Craig's parenting

Carla Harmon
October 17, 2018

That Craig would dare to wear a baby carrier in order to safely carry his infant son while keeping his hands free while he runs errands (yes, seriously).

TV personality and cranky person Piers Morgan tweeted a photo of Daniel Craig on Monday for the sole objective of criticizing the actor for wearing a "papoose", otherwise known as a baby carrier.

One tweet urged Morgan to return, for the good of society, back to "1888 where your thoughts on masculinity were formed".

"It was Morgan's hashtag-style commentary about Craig's "papoose", an adopted Native American word used in Britain for a child carrier: "#emasculatedBond", he wrote.

Morgan could not be reached for comment; neither could Craig, who recently welcomed his daughter with actress Rachel Weisz.

He Tweeted: "You really have to be so uncertain of your own masculinity to concern yourself with how another man carries his child. Any man who wastes time quantifying masculinity is terrified on the inside", Evans responded on Twitter. I'm sure [Morgan] would find this emasculating.

This time the Good Morning Britain host chose to mock Daniel Craig for carrying his child in a papoose.

Trump did not take the bait.

Morgan has been a vocal critic of fathers using baby carriers, and has called out a number of celebrity dads, including Orlando Bloom, for using them.

Yep, that's right. The former "America's Got Talent" judge thinks that Craig donning a Baby Bjorn somehow undermines the hypermasculinity of James Bond. He posted more tweets railing against the parenting accessory.

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