36 Celebrity Breastfeeding Moments From The Past 10 Years

While the whole "celebrities are just like us" cliché often seems like a bit of stretch, there is one area where Hollywood moms have shown they're not all that different from their non-famous counterparts -- breastfeeding. In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, here is a compilation of memorable moments when celebrity moms shared their own nursing experiences.

Alyssa Milano
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Milano made headlines in fall 2014 when she posted two different photos of herself breastfeeding her daughter Elizabella. This past April, she tweeted about an incident at a London airport when she was not permitted to bring her pumped breast milk through security.
Jessica Alba

In a July 2015 interview with Yahoo Parenting, the actress explained that her company Honest Co. supports both breastfeeding and formula feeding parents. “The overall community online was either one or the other. And a lot of my friends did both," Alba said. "So I wanted to develop a real dialogue, and create a line that’s for everyone. So whether you want to breastfeed, or whether you want to supplement feed, we’re going to give you the best in both areas.”

In her book, The Honest Life, she shared her personal breastfeeding journey, writing, “I breastfed as long as I could, but not as long as I wanted. I had to get back to work, and I wasn’t able to keep it going.”

Blake Lively
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Lively posted an Instagram photo of herself nursing her daughter James, along with the caption: “The PERKS of breastfeeding. #YesThatsRiceInMyHair #BlondevsBronde #BrondeJamesBronde.”
Nicole Trunfio
After model Nicole Trunfio brought her newborn baby son to for her Elle Australia photo shoot, a picture of her breastfeeding him landed on the cover. She later posted a candid nursing photo on Instagram.
Doutzen Kroes
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Dutch model Doutzen Kroes appeared on the March 2015 cover of Vogue Netherlands with her kids, who also appeared in a photo shoot for the magazine. Posing in a bed with her husband DJ Sunnery James and 4-year-old son Phyllon, Kroes breastfed her 5-month-old daughter Myllena in one shot.

Mila Kunis
"Breastfeeding is like working out," Kunis said during an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."Speaking with E! Online, she talked about how motherhood and breastfeeding has changed her body. "Let me tell you, having a baby and breastfeeding -- nothing fits in these dresses anymore," she said, cupping her breasts.
Molly Sims
Fit Pregnancy
Supermodel Molly Sims opened up about her struggles with breastfeeding her first child in an interview with Fit Pregnancy for her February/March cover issue. “When Brooks was born, my milk never came in, and I tried to breastfeed for three months,” she said. “I felt awful and ashamed." "I wanted to breastfeed because it’s so good for the baby, so I worked with a lactation specialist," Sims continued. "After three months, she said, ‘You’re done. You don’t have any milk.’ I’ll try breastfeeding again, but if it doesn’t work, I won’t push it.”
Olivia Wilde
In the September 2014 issue of Glamour, Olivia Wilde talked about her experience breastfeeding her 4-month-old son Otis. Accompanying the interview was a stunning image of her nursing him.
Gwen Stefani
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Stefani was still breastfeeding son, Kingston, when she went on tour in 2007. She told The Guardian, "I don't know when I'm going to stop breastfeeding... I'll just keep going while I can -- like, he's getting his teeth so it is a little bit scary. He's bitten me a few times!" In 2014, she posted a beautiful Instagram photo of herself feeding her son Apollo in Switzerland.
Natalia Vodianova
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Natalia Vodianova, a Russian model notable for her work with Calvin Klein, debuted her son Maxim to the world with a stunning breastfeeding photo.
Jaime King
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Jaime King posted a photo of herself nursing her son James on Instagram, along with this caption: "#JamesKnight is now 8 months old! These are the moments a mother lives for. Breastfeeding should not be taboo- and bottle feeding should not be judged- it's ALL fun for the whole family:)" When her second son was born in July, she shared another sweet breastfeeding photo on Instagram.
Kristen Bell
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When Kristen Bell hosted the 2014 CMT Awards, she gave her Twitter followers a glimpse into her "new backstage beauty routine" -- a breast pump.
Penelope Cruz
In an interview with Allure, Penelope Cruz spoke openly about nursing her children. "I was breast-feeding my son 13 months, and I plan to do the same with my daughter. [Nursing] is addictive. It's hard when the day comes when you have to stop." She also pointed out one of the perks of breastfeeding. "I'm supposed to get extra calories because breastfeeding you burn, like, an extra 500 a day."
Gisele Bundchen
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In 2010, Bundchen declared there should be a "worldwide law" requiring new mothers to breastfeed for six months after they give birth. Many critics were unhappy with her statement, and she eventually clarified by writing on her blog: "My intention in making a comment about the importance of breastfeeding has nothing to do with the law. It comes from my passion and beliefs about children." In 2013, the model Instagrammed a "multitasking" photo of herself breastfeeding her daughter while having her hair, makeup and nails done.

During an album photo shoot in 2012, Pink shared a photo of herself nursing baby Willow Sage on Instagram and Twitter. The next year, her husband Carey Hart posted an Instagram photo of his wife breastfeeding their daughter at a restaurant in Paris. And according to Baby Center, in a tweet about the famous TIME article on attachment parenting, the singer wrote, “It’s time we support what’s healthy (breastfeeding) instead of judge it.”
Alanis Morissette
The singer expressed her pro-attachement parenting beliefs in 2012 and said, "I breastfeed and I'll be breastfeeding until my son is finished and he weans," on "The Billy Bush Show."
Hilary Duff

In 2012, Hilary Duff confirmed in an interview with Us Weekly that she chose to nurse her son Luca. "I'm breastfeeding now so that's a really wonderful experience -- challenging but wonderful."

Selma Blair
In an interview with People Magazine, actress Selma Blair spoke openly about breastfeeding her son Arthur in public. "We all have nipples," she said. "I don’t care who I offend; my baby wants to eat. If I can’t get a cover over me quick enough, so be it."
Alicia Silverstone
Alicia Silverstone -- whose pre-mastication video thrust her baby-feeding philosophy into the public spotlight -- was once photographed breastfeeding Bear Blu while walking.
Beyonce was spotted breastfeeding Blue Ivy in New York City while dining out with husband, Jay-Z in 2012.
Tori Spelling
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In November 2011, Spelling's husband, Dean McDermott tweeted a photo of his son, Liam, who was 4 at the time, which showed Spelling's breasts in the background. "I am a mom, I was nursing my baby... [Dean] was so devasted about it that I couldn't be mad. I mean it was genuinely an accident," Spelling told CNN about the incident.
Mayim Bialik
Actress Mayim Bialik blogged on kveller.com in September 2011 about starting to wean her 3-year-old son Fred. The post included a highly publicized photo of Bialik breastfeeding Fred on the New York City subway. In her book, "Beyond The Sling," she wrote that he still nursed about five times a day at that age, and later told CNN "it is still a tremendous source of discipline, and of bonding, that occurs between a mother and a child."
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney K. quit breastfeeding son Mason when he was 14-months-old. "I think I stopped early because my sisters were like 'OK, it's time, it's time,'" she said on the "Today" show. "I miss it, I loved it."

Kendra Wilkinson
Wilkinson once told Baby Zone an outrageous story about the first party she went to after giving birth to baby Hank: "I went to Eve nightclub in Vegas and my boobs started leaking. I couldn't do anything so I breastfed myself [laughs]. And it tasted sweet, too!"
Miranda Kerr
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Shortly after giving birth to her son Flynn, Kerr posted a photo on her blog that husband Orlando took of her nursing. A few months later, she shared a photo on Twitter of herself breastfeeding while on the job.

Julie Bowen
Back in 2010, "Modern Family" star Julie Bowen showed "Lopez Tonight" viewers a photo of the way she nursed her twin boys -- breastfeeding both babies at the same time. "It's like two little liposuction machines on you," she said. "They suck the fat out of you. They call it the 'double football hold.' You hold one here, and here [gesturing to her breasts], like two footballs ... They're doing God's work right there, helping me return to my birth weight."
Rebecca Romijn
In 2009, Romijn told Extra!, "Breastfeeding is the very best diet I've been on. It's amazing."
Naomi Watts
Watts told PEOPLE magazine in 2009 that breastfeeding was how she lost weight. "He's sucking it all out of me, it seems," she said.
Salma Hayek

Salma Hayek breastfed a newborn baby boy whose mother had no milk in Africa in 2009. Hayek was weaning her own daughter Valentina at the time, but still had milk to donate.

Angelina Jolie
The November 2008 cover of W magazinefeatured Jolie nursing.
Christina Aguilera

Five weeks after giving birth to son Max, Aguilera went on The Ellen Show wearing a low cut, revealing dress that prompted the talk show host to ask, "Are you nursing?"

Elisabeth Hasselbeck

In 2008, Hasselback demonstrated how to use a breast pump on "The View" -- she was nursing her son Taylor at the time.

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Gyllenhaal was photographed by the paparazzi in 2007 nursing her daughter Ramona during a walk by the Hudson River.

Jennifer Garner
In the the April 2007 issue Garner told Allure Magazine: "All I ever heard was everyone bitch about [nursing] -- nobody ever said, 'You are not going to believe how emotional this is.' It's like, I'll say I'm going to stop, and then I'm in there, feeding her."
Kate Beckinsale
Kate Beckinsale told Jay Leno in 2006 that she missed breastfeeding her daughter and that "she was very good at it."
Gwyneth Paltrow
When Gwyneth Paltrow was nursing her second child in 2006, she told Harper's Bazaar, "I stay healthy by working out but not dieting, because I am a milk machine."

This article is part of HuffPost Parents' World Breastfeeding Week coverage. Read more here.

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