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Laura Whitmore has opened up about breastfeeding on Instagram encouraging mums to feed in public and not 'hide away'.
The Love Island host shared a sweet picture of her breastfeeding her daughter in a restaurant.
"I get a bit anxious talking about my child on this space as I feel so protective but I wanted to talk about breastfeeding," the caption reads.
"This isn't knocking anyone who doesn't but it's #breastfeedingawarenessweek and I know so many new mums don't get the support they need like the encouragement of feeding in the golden hour after birth and that it's ok to feed in public without feeling you should hide away.
"Feeding your baby is your number one priority. I've exclusively breastfed for over four months so far- it's free and no washing up! I've also been supported, having my baby on set or being able to pump for the odd feed.
"Anyway hoping a picture of me with my t*ts out doesn't offend you and encourages women to feed if they need! I was just so shocked a lot of women don't have enough support or embarrassed to feed in public.
"Breast milk is full of everything your baby needs and recommended by @who. It's magic stuff! And remember to please support new mums and dads trying to navigate parenthood their way!"
Laura and husband Iain Stirling announced the arrival of their baby girl at the start of April but have kept their family life pretty private.
This isn't the first time Laura has opened up about breastfeeding.
The presenter recently shared a snap of her using a breast pump on the way to Wimbledon, proving she is a pro at multi-tasking.
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