Fans notice a concerning feature in a recent photo published by Martha Stewart, 82, and everyone is in uproar

Martha Stewart stands out as a significant personality when it comes to important and talented women. She has sculpted her route to becoming a self-made millionaire, an author, a successful entrepreneur, and a former fashion model, in addition to her well-established profile as a television personality.

Even at the age of 82, Martha Stewart continues to live her life to the fullest. Last year, she drew notice by gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated in daring bikinis, winning plaudits for her bravery, incredible figure, and positive message.

However, a recent event during her journey to Greenland’s east coast sparked considerable debate among her supporters. Stewart is seen drinking a cocktail in a snapshot posted on social media with the comment, “End of the first zodiac cruise from @swanhelleniccruises into a very beautiful fjord on the east coast of Greenland.” We caught a tiny iceberg for our drinks tonight.”

Stewart probably didn’t want to irritate her followers by mentioning a “small iceberg” in her drink, but it did. Commenters chastised her for mentioning ice in the context of the melting ice caps.

Concerns were expressed on social media, with one person tweeting, “Martha, the ice caps are melting; don’t put them in your drink.”

Another person reacted on the perceived tone deafness, saying, “Wealthy white people drinking their iceberg cocktails while the planet is in flames is a bit tone-deaf.”

Despite the criticism, it is important to recognize that Martha Stewart is much liked by many people. In response to her Sports Illustrated cover, she discussed her strategy to living a healthy lifestyle, which includes a clean diet, frequent Pilates workouts, and meticulous skincare.

Stewart addressed the good reception to the Sports Illustrated cover during a keynote speech in Las Vegas, highlighting its genuineness. She was pleased to have inspired women of various ages, saying, “The response to it was really encouraging because it made women of all ages feel like, ‘If she can do it, then I can do it too.'”