Salma Hayek gave birth to her only child, daughter Paloma Valentina, September 21, 2007, and she recently talked to The Times about how she's still breastfeeding. [spelling phoenetically theirs]
Let me tell you it's toff," agrees Hayek, in that throaty Mexican accent of hers. "You don't know what pain I'm in after two hours, how difficult it was at first. And by the way, the myth that says you lose all this weight when you breast-feed? That is sooo not true. Look," she protests, grabbing her tummy and then reaching for the plate of biscuits the waiter has set down on the table, "it's like, 'Please, everyone, can you stop telling me I look really well?' "
[of breastfeeding] "I'm like an alcoholic," she shrugs. "It's like, I don't care if I cry, I don't care if I'm fat, I'm just gonna do it for one more week, one more month, and then, when I see how much good it is doing her, I can't stop. Eet's a very powerful thing you know."
In April Salma told Oprah how losing weight from breastfeeding was a lie, too
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