By Ivan Mwine
Being a model and a mother is not easy; at least celebrated Kenyan model Corazon Kwamboka can attest to that
Word coming in from our Moles is that Kwamboka, who gave birth a few weeks ago, refused to breastfeed her baby, but instead decided to milk her boobs and collect the milk she feeds to the tot.
The reason why she doesn’t want to breast feed is because her lovely boobies will slacken and lose shape if her baby suckles them.
And this is not the first baby Kwamboka is milking her boobs for, because she did the same thing for her firstborn, who also grew up on milked breastmilk.
The practice of milking breasts, has over time been embraced by several celebrities across the world, especially those who don’t want to their boobs to lose shape and are conscious about size of their bodies.
The World Health Organization (WHO)/UNICEF Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative step number five, of the “Ten steps to successful breastfeeding”, states that; “Show mothers how to breastfeed and how to maintain lactation even if they should be separated from their infants.”
Many elite mothers in Kampala, especially celebrities and those in the working class have resorted to milking their boobs instead of breastfeeding such that they remain looking sexy and firm.