As Emmy Rossum Mocks Gisele Bundchen's Breastfeeding Selfie, Holly Madison Rushes To Her Defence
Gisele Bundchen's controversial multi-tasking selfie was mocked by actress Emily Russom but fellow model Holly Madison rushed to her defence and claimed it was a "brave" and "awesome" thing to do.
Brazilian fashion model Gisele Bundchen is making the headlines this week after posting a controversial snap on her Instagram account on Tuesday (Dec 10th).
Gisele Bündchen enjoys a spot of shopping
The 33 year-old took a picture of herself breastfeeding her child while she prepared for a photo-shoot.
Talk about multi-tasking!
The caption read, "What would I do without this beauty squad after the 15 hours flying and only 3 hours of sleep #multitasking #gettingready," as it shows her 12 month-old daughter being fed while she get her nails, hair and make-up done.
Not long after the photo was posted American actress Emmy Rossum, who starred in 'The Day After Tomorrow', couldn't help but mock the revealing picture.
The 27 year-old posted a photo of herself mimicking Bundchen's pose, the only difference been a fake baby was used. "Hey @giseleofficial, I feel ya girl. #kidding #fakebaby #soymilk #shameless," Rossum jokingly wrote.
However, the wife to NFL star Tom Brady may have received a backlash for revealing photo, but fellow model Holly Madison thinks it is "brave" of her.
The American blonde bombshell defended Bundchen's decision to share the pic, "I think what Gisele did was awesome," Holly said (via Mail Online).
"She is braver than I am. When I first had the baby I said 'I'm going to breast feed the baby and set a good example,' but it's not fun or easy to do that. When I go out, I always look for a secluded hallway to feed Rainbow, but it is not always possible."
Adding, "The last time even though I was totally covered, with a baby blanket, people still walked by slowly and they craned their necks to look."
The photo has now started a global debate whether or not breastfeeding should be accepted in public, and Holly is all for moms to feed their child the way they want.
"I think it would be great if people got more used to seeing a woman breast feed, and that wasn't such an uncomfortable thing," she said. "What they are doing is a natural process."