Fed is best: Kate Hudsons latest photo causes breastfeeding debate

Kate Hudson has been sharing many photos of her darling girl Rani since she gave birth in October.

We just can’t get enough of the adorable mother-daughter duo.

However, Kate’s recent post has been hit with waves of controversial comments. In the photo, Kate is bottle-feeding her daughter, but many mums were furious to see she wasn’t breastfeeding and questioned her decision.

One wrote: “Change the world instead, breastfeed your babies.”


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Another questioned: “No breastfeeding?”

Mums were quick to defend Kate. They took to the comment section to express their disgust at the judgemental remarks.

Kate is Rani’s mum and at the end of the day, she will decide what method is best for her baby.


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One user said: “I think it's up to each person what they want to do. There shouldn't be pressure to do breastfeeding. People get so judgemental on what should be done. As long as the baby is fed that's all that matters.”

Another stressed: “There could be breast milk in the bottle. Don’t dare tell a mother how to feed her child. Fed is best.”


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“I am so sick of people putting breastfeeding as the MUST option for feeding your baby. Not everyone is able to do this. It's each to their own on what each person wishes to do for their child,” another commented.

Kate has chosen to breastfeed and bottle-feed Rani and that is perfectly fine. We need to respect her decisions and stop passing comments on her parenting choices.

We couldn’t agree more with the mums defending her.  




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