She said she came back on good terms with her estranged husband Nick Knowles, 55, after an alleged dispute over money.
Yet Jessica Rose Moor seemed to take a series of digs to her ex when she & # 39; a ** holes & # 39; mentioned that their families & # 39; left behind & # 39; and then paid minimum child benefit.
The 30-year-old took to Instagram on Thursday and shared a photo with their four-year-old son Eddie, alongside a long subtitling about the struggle to be a single mother.
Orphan? Jessica Rose Moor seemed to take a series of digs to her ex when she & # 39; a ** holes & # 39; mentioned that their families & # 39; left behind & # 39; and then paid minimum child benefit
She wrote: "I am not someone who gives life advice about too many things, but I feel that I can offer a little insight into wisdom here.
& # 39; The next time you talk to a woman – whether it's a friend or someone you barely know, about being her partner LINKS to raise their child or children alone, please say the love of God not & # 39; at least he pays for him / her / them. "
& # 39; The man's financial lifestyle will change very little because he will possibly give half (if he is very generous – this is unlikely), but normally a quarter of his earnings to his ex-partner, which is expected to they raise the child or children on this amount.
"He will allocate the rest of the money to himself and life will continue for him. So the abandoned family has less money and the mother has no support in the house by raising the child or the children. & # 39;
It's about: Nick and Jessica – who have a gap of 26 years – married in 2012 in Rome in a ceremony, but announced their divorce in January 2016, after nearly four years of marriage
She continued: "The man will put pressure on the woman to work if she does not yet – so she has less money, less support (if any) to care for the child and less time, but it is expected to balance everything.
The man who has CHOSEN to leave the family and now financially and emotionally contributes less to the life of the child or children, will be welcomed by society for any input, however small – of the fact that he continues to see his child or children, or the fact that he actually pays to raise the family he has decided to create and then leave – because some do not do a ** hole, apparently it's a big problem when they do that .
The woman gets applause for nothing – not for the late nights or the early mornings, being the constant, the daily collection and delivery time, the groceries, the meals, the endless washing of clothes, the performance dates, the stay until halfway through make night suits for school events, the lack of social time or the sacrifices it makes.
Every detail that permeates every second of every day that you are the ungrateful parent who – no matter how shit it gets – DOES NOT go away. So if you try to comfort rather than saying, "At least, he pays," try to say something like "You are a great person and your children will be so proud of you", that is not the truth. & # 39;
MailOnline contacted Nick's representatives for comments.
Family first: the couple shares the four year old son Eddie. Nick is also the father of three other children; sons Charlie and Tyrian-J and daughter Tuesday
Nick and Jessica – who have a gap of 26 years – married at a ceremony in Rome in 2012, but announced their divorce in January 2016, after nearly four years of marriage.
The couple shares Eddie's toddler. He is also the father of three other children; sons Charlie and Tyrian-J and daughter Tuesday.
It was that in January claimed that Jessica asked him more than £ 48,000 a year in the light of their bitter divorce battle.
According to The Sun, Jessica, who currently receives £ 4,000 a month as part of their settlement, claimed £ 2,000 a month to fund the education of their three-year-old son Eddie.
& # 39; Nick is distraught that Jessica made these claims. She gets £ 4,000 a month from him and he has financed her life for years, "a source told the publication at the time.
Nick reportedly refused to pay Jessica the money and said that he would pay Eddie's school the required fee directly.
Money: Jessica, who is currently £ 4,000 a month as part of their settlement, still demanded an extra £ 2,000 per month to finance their three-year-old son Eddie's education
However, only two months ago it appeared that the couple had reached an agreement, and Nick claimed they were on good terms again.
The DIY SOS host told The Mirror: "It took me a while to figure things out. I am really proud of the fact that Jess and I are really good.
& # 39; She is a wonderful mother. Getting out of a marriage is difficult, so I just want to make sure it stays respectful.
& # 39; I really care about my ex. She has a new member and I am very satisfied. They seem really happy. & # 39;
Fallen out? Only two months ago it appeared that the couple had found a common base, and Nick claimed they were on good terms again