Politician moms or celebrity moms, they are just like us. Watching Beyoncé performing pregnant in front of thousands of people, or any photo of Gwyneth, it is hard to believe that they are like us. But when it comes to feeding their babies, starlet moms might actually be more relatable than we thought. Breastfeeding in public has been a challenge the contemporary career woman faces. The world is changing, so fast that liberalization and freedom to do whatever we wish is the order of the day. Let us take a look at these famous moms who proudly brave their breasts in public for doing what’s right for their growing babies.
1. Manuela D’Avila
On July 24, 2016, a photo of Brazilian Minister Manuela D’Avila breastfeeding her baby in National Assembly, Brazil’s Parliament, went viral across the world. The photo was appreciated with many commenting that it encourages young mothers to act in the best interest of their baby.
2. Victoria Donda Perez
The photograph of Victoria Donda Perez feeding her eight-month-old daughter went viral since the incident was filmed at the Congressional Palace in the capital Buenos Aires. Many praised the 37-year-old for feeding her baby girl right there and then, others feel her actions were inappropriate.
3. Alyssa Milano
Working mom Alyssa Milano showed busy moms out there how it’s done! The 42-year-old mother-of-two had her glam squad nearby doing her hair and makeup while she breastfed her youngest daughter, Elizabella, before appearing on “The Talk” on March 5, 2015.
Beyoncé took public breastfeeding to new heights in 2012 when she nursed then eight-week-old baby Blue Ivy while strolling through New York City to a restaurant where she dined with hubby Jay-Z for lunch. The first-time even mom nursed her little girl at the table.
5. Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie showed the world that it is indeed okay to nurse in public when she bared it all in a beautiful breastfeeding cover shot for W magazine in 2008. Angelina and Brad, the parents of six have never been ones to shy away from talking about breastfeeding to the media.