Millie Mackintosh reveals her 'favourite way to breastfeed' Sienna

Millie Mackintosh reveals her ‘favourite way to breastfeed’ 2-month-old daughter Sienna snapping a selfie while reclining in a black bikini and shades

Millie Mackintosh shared her favourite way to breastfeed her two-month-old daughter Sienna.

Taking to Instagram, the former Made In Chelsea star, 30, looked serene as she reclined outside in a black bikini and sunglasses.

The baby was seen feeding at Millie’s breast as she lay alongside her mother contentedly.

Content: Millie Mackintosh shared her favourite way to breastfeed her two-month-old daughter Sienna

Sienna wore a ruffled white dress as Millie cradled her on her sun lounger.

She captioned the snap: ‘My favourite way to feed her!’

She added the hashtag: ‘#normalisebreastfeeding’

This has been a mission for Millie since giving birth, posting another breastfeeding snap on Wednesday. 

‘Some days it feels like all I do is feed her,’ she remarked in that caption.

Since welcoming her baby girl with husband Hugo Taylor in May, Millie has been very open with her fans about her motherhood journey.

Mother and daughter: Millie looked radiant as she shared a candid clip of her feeding little Sienna on Instagram stories on Wednesday

And the star has given fans a further insight into her new role as a mother as she shared the intimate clip on social media.

In the short video, a fresh-faced Millie looks up at the camera before she panned down to her baby girl who she was breastfeeding.

Millie, who looked radiant in a white camisole by Bravado Designs, then raised her eyebrows and stuck her tongue out to the camera.

Candid: The former Made In Chelsea star, 30, looked serene before cheekily sticking her tongue out as she remarked: ‘Some days it feels like all I do is feed her’

Captioning the candid clip, she wrote: ‘Some days it feels like all I do is feed her.’ 

The TV personality had earlier showed her support for Myleene Klass, who had previously defended sharing her own breast-feeding photos and hit back at mum-shaming trolls for ‘chastising’ her.

Sharing her support for her fellow mum, Millie shared a grab of Myleene’s passionate post, writing ‘so well said mumma’, while on another snap of the post, she added ‘word’.  

 Millie’s video comes after she penned an essay on coming to terms with her post-partum body.

Lovely: In the short video, a fresh-faced Millie looks up at the camera before she panned down to her baby girl who she was breastfeeding.

‘Some days it feels like all I do is feed her’: Millie, who looked radiant in a white camisole by Bravado Designs, then raised her eyebrows and stuck her tongue out to the camera

Sticking together: The TV personality had earlier showed her support for Myleene Klass, who had previously defended sharing her own breast-feeding photos and hit back at mum-shaming trolls for ‘chastising’ her

Writing for Grazia.co.uk, the former reality star explained why she decided to post a ‘raw and unedited’ photo of herself earlier this month, 10 weeks on from their birth of her first child, daughter Sienna.

Millie admitted she was ‘overwhelmed’ by the messages of support she received following her Instagram post, after spending weeks struggling with the pressure to ‘bounce back.’ 

‘In the weeks after giving birth to Sienna, I was struggling with my body image,’ Millie wrote. ‘Having always felt pretty confident in my own skin it was such a shock seeing my body after birth.’

Honest: New mum Millie  penned an essay on coming to terms with her post-partum body, after sharing a  ‘raw and unedited’ photo of herself on Instagram earlier this month

‘I had this newfound respect for what my body had done, growing a tiny human inside it, and yet at the same time, seeing myself look so different made me really upset.’ 

Admitting that many well-intentioned friends had told her she would ‘bounce back in no time’ after Sienna’s birth, Millie said the comments ‘set me up for disappointment’ in the weeks after the birth.   

‘I’ll admit, I’ve compared myself to other women, to friends even, and how they looked post-baby. “How come they could fit into their jeans so quickly and I can’t?” I thought,’ Millie explained. 

New mum: Millie admitted she was ‘overwhelmed’ by the support she received following her Instagram post, after spending weeks struggling with the pressure to ‘bounce back’ 

The new mum declared she wants to ‘get rid of the shame, the stigma and the pressure that we all fit into certain stereotypes (and clothes) especially after pregnancy.’

She said she’s in no rush to regain her pre-pregnancy figure, and instead is focusing on her daughter and treating her body with kindness after everything it has been through.  

‘I have a new shape, new curves and new boobs which I’m loving, and while it’s still a struggle, I’m accepting my body more and more every day kangaroo pouch and all!’ Millie ended her essay.

Struggle: ‘In the weeks after giving birth, I was struggling with my body image,’ Millie wrote. ‘Having always felt confident in my own skin it was such a shock seeing my body after birth’ 

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