So with many new celebrity mums pushing poor advice and openly advertising artificial milk on their social media, you all know who I’m referring to right – no? One clue – TOWIE. Yeah, you guys know who I’m talking about…
Anyway, so in light of that, I wanted to produce a little list of celebrities who help us to normalise breastfeeding.
1. Top of the list, is our pro-breastfeeding queen, the one and only – Pink!
2. Victoria Beckham.
Whilst Posh Spice didn’t breastfeed her first three boys, when she had her little girl Harper, she said:
“I’m doing everything differently this time. I want it all to be natural and perfect for my little girl.”
3. Pamela Anderson
Some new mums worry they will not be able to breastfeed after having breast implants, well our Pam is living proof this can be done!
4. Kate Middleton
“She is breastfeeding her son – and she is determined to avoid giving him a dummy.”
5. Heidi Klum
When asked how she got her amazing pre-pregnancy shape back, she said it was thanks to breastfeeding!
6. Kourtney Kardashian
Whilst the biggest Kardashian, Kim, isn’t a fan of breastfeeding herself, and once famously tweeted “EWW Im at lunch,the woman at the table next 2 me is breast feeding her baby w no coverup.” Kourtney, however, is keeping our love for the Kardashians alive by openly breastfeeding her children in public. Go, Kourtney!
7. Peaches Geldof
Unfortunately, Peaches is no longer with us, but she was she was an advocate for breastfeeding. She once got into a Twitter spat with Lily Allen who mocked her for pumping her breast milk.
8. Gwen Stefani
In an interview with the Guardian, she said – “I don’t know when I’m going to stop breastfeeding… I’ll just keep going while I can — like, he’s getting his teeth so it is a little bit scary. He’s bitten me a few times!”
9. Penelope Cruz
10. Mayim Bialik
Already an inspiration in my eyes for managing to bag Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory, she is even more amazing than I already thought and openly breastfed her son until he was 4!
Click here, for 5 Times When TV Normalised Breastfeeding.