These celeb moms believe that the boob is best for baby.
Salma Hayek showed the world that sharing is caring. The actress nursed a malnourished baby boy during a humanitarian mission to Sierra Leone. Her daughter was weaning at the time so she had ample milk to share.
Celine Dion plans to carry on breastfeeding her twins for as long as they need it. Despite her upcoming shows in Las Vegas and a hectic schedule, Celine will be breastfeeding both Eddy and Nelson every three hours.
Christina Aguilera admits that exclusively breastfeeding her son helped regain her pre-pregnancy body. “It's like a workout within itself. It's very tiring actually and you find yourself snacking more often," said Christina.
Gwen Stefani believes that breastfeeding gives superhuman powers. The singer spoke publicly about breastfeeding and even apologized at an interview for being an hour late, because she was nursing.
Gossip Girl actress Kelly Rutherford admitted to breastfeeding her 2-year-old son. “It’s been great for me. Obviously before he goes to college, I’ll have to quit breastfeeding. You know when it’s right and you feel that,” said Kelly.
Model Gisele Bundchen caused a stir when she said that breastfeeding for six months should become a universal law. She posed the question, “Are you going to give chemical food to your child when they are so little?”
Catherine Zeta Jones spoke openly about her love for breastfeeding and insisted on breastfeeding her son for as long as she could. “It’s wonderful bonding and you know they're getting all those antibodies," said Catherine.
Angelina Jolie shared an astonishing private moment with the public when she allowed Brad Pitt to photograph her while breastfeeding one of the twins. The picture appeared on the cover of W magazine.