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15 Celebrities That Normalize Breastfeeding In Public

15 times celebrity moms have normalized breastfeeding in public

Breastfeeding is hard. However, a mom is always and forever ready to give her child to eat. Often, the challenge mothers face is breastfeeding in public. Many people support them. On the other hand, some people call this process “shameful” if made in public eyes.

Viral Strange has collected 15 pictures of celebrity moms that normalize breastfeeding in public. If you’re feeling doubtful about whether to breastfeed in public or not, grab the courage and do what is best for your baby!

1. Milla Jovovich

2. Tess Holliday


3. Liv Tyler

4. Iskra Lawrence


5. Candice Swanepoel


6. Troian Bellisario


7. Eva Longoria

8. Jenna Dewan


9. Gisele Bündchen

10. Tia Mowry


11. Olivia Wilde

12. Kate Upton

13. Karolina Kurkova


14. Ashley Graham

15. Emily Ratajkowski

What is the most unpleasant experience you have ever encountered while breastfeeding? Let us know in the comments!


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    • aside from for men to enjoy playing with, that’s what they’re there for, whether you’re a baby or a full grown man, everybody likes them & feeding is what they’re for

  1. I would use a blanket to cover my breastfeeding in public, but I never got a negative response from others. It is embarrassing, though, leaking milk when I’m at the hairdressers! At the time, my hairdresser was gay, and he was very cool about it.

  2. Breastfeeding is a beautiful thing between a Mum and her baby and should NEVER be criticized or have any negative feedback EVER ! Breast milk is best thing for most babies healthy growth and it creates a closer bond between Mum and bub so it should never be shamed, love and light Bill 🙏💜

  3. @ Stephen H. – you’re absolutely 💯 correct. Plus your baby is not going hungry. And it wouldn’t make a difference if there was formula on shelves @ the grocery stores.

  4. I’ve never seen or heard anyone demonizing it. However, I’ve also never seen a woman doing it in public; always at church functions or private parties.

    In public, the only issue I’d imagine would be guys cat-calling. If girls can’t go down the street in clothing, I don’t really imagine it’d get better with partially exposed breast. (Of course, I doubt a lot of women choose a construction site as an ample location for their child’s nursing.)

    But even if she did, were it safe, there shouldn’t be any reason why she shouldn’t be proud to.

  5. I have no issue with it but there will be boys and some men that will stare trying to get a glimpse of a boobie(like they have never seen one before) almost all I have seen have used a blanket or towel to cover up which in my opinion makes sense to be a little more discreet if you don’t want to draw attention to yourself.