Michelle Heaton has been teaching her daughter Faith about how to stand up to bullies and it looks like it’s working.

The 38-year-old mum of two, to daughter Faith, six, and son Aaron, four, who she has with husband Hugh Hanley, is taking a stand against bullies and the first step she’s taken is by teaching her daughter Faith about what to do if she feels like she is being bullied at school.

The Liberty X singer uploaded a photo of Faith in her school uniform, wearing an anti-bullying badge while clutching her doll and captioned it, ‘Today I educated Faith on #StandUpToBullying day ! She said she’s going to stand up to bullies by telling “telling teachers if it happens” . Join in and share how you are standing up in five words! Xxx’

Today I educated faith on #StandUpToBullying day ! She said she’s going to stand up to bullies by “telling teachers if it happens”. Join in and share how you are standing up in five words! Xxx

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Fans were quick to praise Michelle’s daughter, one wrote, ‘Well done Faith. I hope it never happens to her,’ another wrote, ‘What an absolute sweetheart,’ and a third wrote, ‘Hope your daughter’s ok and learns not to take it!’

Michelle previously revealed a bigger fear for her daughter – heartbreaking cancer fears. speaking earlier this year, ahead of her taking part on The Real Full Monty: Ladies Night, Michelle said, “It kills me every time that I look at her. And every time I think about it, everything inside of me crushes to think that she may have to make this decision herself.”

Michelle opted to have a double mastectomy reconstruction in 2012, having learned that the gene gave her an 80 percent chance of developing breast cancer.

It also posed a 30 percent chance of developing ovarian cancer so the Liberty X star went on to have a hysterectomy in 2015.

This sent her into early menopause at the age of 35 and she’s previously admitted that this could last for more than a decade.