Kate Lawler shares a picture of herself breast pumping next to one of Madonna in her iconic cone bra
I’ve always loved the song Express Yourself: Kate Lawler hilariously compares herself to Madonna in THAT conical bra click while pumping milk
She welcomed her first child, a girl named Noa, six weeks ago.
And former Big Brother star Kate Lawler, 40, managed to make motherhood’s most mundane chores fun when she channeled her inner Madonna while breastfeeding on Sunday night.
She shared a photo of herself pumping milk side by side with one of Madge wearing her iconic Jean Paul Gaultier conical bra on her Blonde Ambition tour in 1990, on Instagram.
I always loved the song Express Yourself: Kate Lawler hilariously compared herself to Madonna when she pumped milk on Instagram on Sunday
Iconic: Madonna wore that famous Jean Paul Gaultier cone bra on her Blonde Ambition tour in 1990
The former Big Brother star – who wore a gray nursing bra and white shorts – playfully held her hand to her ear in the shape of a telephone and captioned her Instagram snapshot: ‘I’ve always loved @ Express Yourself’s song. Madonna’.
Kate, who welcomed her baby daughter into the world on February 12 with fiancé Martin, has kept her social media followers informed about her maternity journey, even revealing last week that she feels guilty for wanting to stop breastfeeding. to her newborn daughter.
The former Big Brother star took to Instagram to tell her followers that she finds breastfeeding ‘so demanding’ and is often exhausted afterward.
Honestly, the former Big Brother star recently took to Instagram to tell her followers that she finds breastfeeding ‘so demanding’ and that she is often exhausted afterwards (pictured with Noa)
The radio host also said she is considering a switch to bottle feeding soon, comparing breastfeeding to “a workout.”
Kate recently shared adorable photos of Noa after admitting she was in ‘the darkest place ever’ weeks after giving birth.
The TV star posted an adorable snap of the newborn on her Instagram page.
In the series of snapshots, Noa could be seen lying on a black and white blanket with a cow print and a cream-colored baby suit with rabbits on it.
The photos came after the first time mom thanked her fans for their ‘love and support’ earlier this week after sharing an emotional post admitting she was on ‘breaking point’.
Cute! Kate shared adorable photos of six-week-old daughter Noa on her Instagram page after admitting she was in ‘the darkest place ever’ weeks after giving birth
Her little baby has been hospitalized three times in three weeks since she was welcomed into the world, and Kate has documented their journey.
She said she was ‘overwhelmed’ by the response to her candid message after confessing that she felt like she ‘failed’ as she came back to trolls wondering why she shared a photo of her two dogs on Mother’s Day.
Kate explained how she shares the ‘highs and lows’ of her journey as a new mom ‘because that’s the truth’.
She also pointed out that Instagram is just a snapshot of people’s lives and often isn’t a true representation of what’s going on behind closed doors.
The TV star liked her Instagram followers with a ‘friendship group’ and reaffirmed that being a dog mom is ‘the best thing ever’ and confirmed that she stands by her words.
As she went on to discuss her life as a mother of a newborn, Kate admitted, “ If you must know, being a mother of a newborn isn’t the best thing ever right now. It broke me.
‘I feel like I’ve been treading water since February 11th and for the past two days I’ve felt like I’m at a breaking point. I can’t manage well mentally and I wish I could be stronger for my daughter. ‘
Kate admitted she’s not afraid to be honest about her mental health struggles and explained that she had to spend 14 of Noa’s first 33 days in the world in the hospital, stating that her little girl is still barely sleeps.
The new mom added that she hasn’t shared much of this side of her journey on Instagram as she focused on her daughter and made sure her needs were met.
Kate insisted, “There have been moments of joy, but hand to heart, I’m just exhausted, frustrated, and the newborn days aren’t what I thought they would be.”
Frank: The radio host had confessed that she feels like she’s ‘failing’ when she got candid about living with a newborn in an emotional post