The Model turned actress, Lisa Haydon’s breastfeeding picture stepped into motherhood since one year ago and she was loaded with the heartfelt messages. The actress named her baby Zack and was sharing her every moment with son Zack on Instagram. However, among her all images with the son; breastfeeding image has got a plethora of reactions.
Lisa Haydon’s breastfeeding Picture Getting Trolled
The breastfed image of Lisa Haydon has gone super viral on the internet and raised many eyebrows over her stint. As the actress is enjoying her motherhood so much that she never felt ashamed of sharing half bared breast pic holding her son. But, the actress was called a cow and was harassed for breastfeeding in public.
Here’s how Lisa Haydon shuts everyone’s mouth on calling her a COW
Lisa, who gave birth to Zack last year, told IANS, “I certainly felt uncomfortable at times when I was asked if I was still breastfeeding my baby and it had only been four months. Some people told me I am not a cow, my baby should not feed off me and there were many things that made me feel uncomfortable to do it, not so much ashamed.”
“I know that a lot of mothers don’t, but I did. I felt very fortunate and blessed to be able to breastfeed my kid for as long as I did. I would definitely encourage every mother to do so and it is something I definitely standby,” she added.
Lisa says she couldn’t breastfeed her baby for one year “but I would definitely always aspire to do the best that I can and I recommend other mothers to do so”.
Describing it as an “incredibly bonding”, Lisa also said, “it is very healthy”.
Apart from her modeling public figure, she got Lisa Haydon’s breastfeeding huge attention for her roles in Queen, Aisha. The Shaukeens, Housefull 3, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and many more. Thus, when she asked what she enjoys the most Ramp or Films? Lisa said “The more films you work on, the more you get to walk the runway these days as showstoppers seem to be quite a craze. I always enjoyed my modeling days but it was a natural sort of evolution after about eight to ten years of walking the runway. To want to experiment, do films and making films is my passion.”