From Gwen Stefani To Pink: 10 Celebrities Who Have Been Candid About Their Choice To Breastfeed

Date February 6, 2018

Female breast is not an object of indecency and vulgarity, as some may believe. But the reaction to mothers breastfeeding their babies in public can be different: from unpleasant remarks to scandals. It would seem that it is a natural, almost sacred process. So why, in today's society, such discussions are flaring up? And what do celebrities think about this? Here's some of the luminaries who joined the #normalizebrestfeeding movement.

1. Gwen Stefani

Even if it’s in the middle of the road in front of a mountain, the singer will always find a minute to nurse her children.

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2. Chrissy Teigen

The model has always been open about her decision to breastfeed her daughter Luna. She even went extra-glam and appeared in Fergie’s M.I.L.F.$. Video, revealing that it was a truly beautiful moment.

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3. Pink

The singer has never been shy about breastfeeding. When she gave birth to her daughter Willow back in 2011, she didn’t hide to feed her at a restaurant. Now, the star has another baby to nurse, son Jason.

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4. Kourtney Kardashian

The oldest among the Kardashian sisters, Kourtney loves sharing her breastfeeding experience. In fact, she even regrets she quit breastfeeding her son when he was 14 months.

5. Liv Tyler

The actress posted this sweet selfie two weeks after she gave birth to her daughter, Lula Rose. Her fans thanked Liv for a great example that can help make breastfeeding a norm again.

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6. Thandie Newton

Newton believes there’s no need to be shy, so just enjoy the bonding moment between a mom and a kid. After all, breastfeeding is what a woman’s body is made for.

7. Tess Holiday

At home or when getting ready for a photo shoot, Tess Holiday will always find a couple of minutes for her baby to drink up. Unfortunately, she has been criticized for indiscreet breastfeeding, but her man took her side, saying that you shouldn’t let anyone make you feel bad about it.

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8. Kandi Burruss

Kandi proves that if you need to feed your baby, you can do it anywhere, even mid-shampoo or during the meal. There’s nothing wrong with it!

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9. Jessie James Decker

The country singer shares breastfeeding photos online because she believes it is a good example for other moms who want to nurse. It often doesn't come easy, so women need to support each other, instead of judging.

10. Brooklyn Decker

The night of the Golden Globes 2016, the model posted a too-real breastfeeding selfie. Even though she didn’t attend it, she captioned her photo with a funny hashtag #mykidsuckingonagoldenglobetho. The key is to see the lighter side.

We hope that the situation where mothers around the country are being told to go to the restroom to feed their kids will change soon.

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