Thandie Newton is taking a stand on breastfeeding.
The actress took to Instagram to share a sweet picture of herself nursing her 2-year-old son, Booker.
"Perfect happiness @latitudefest," she wrote. "This is what my body is made for. And the rest is my choice. #Freedom."
The 43-year-old star joins a group of celebs who have spoken out about their right to breastfeed in public, including Alyssa Milano, Alanis Morissette and Teresa Palmer.
The "Crash" star, who is also mom to Ripley, 15, and Nico, 11, recently admitted that she didn't feel confident until she had children.
“I didn't really feel beautiful until I had my first child," she told The Telegraph. "I knew that I was considered People magazine's Most Whatever, but all that stuff is just how we label different groups. And I've been very not beautiful in my life. There's no way I was beautiful growing up.”
“I mean, I was the person that I am, but in a small town in Cornwall I was not perceived as the person that boys wanted to go out with. And that has a very strong effect on a young girl," she added. "But once I'd figured out that there were different boxes for different types of beauty, that it was like a language, I got smart about using it. And you know what? Now I do use it. I use it!”
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