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Gwen Stefani Shares Gorgeous Breast-Feeding Photo on Instagram

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Beverly News/Rex/REX USA (2152502f)
Gwen Stefani
Gwen Stefani out and about, Los Angeles, America - 20 May 2014
Gwen Stefani out with baby Apollo visiting her parents home
Photograph by Beverly News/Rex/REX USA

It's safe to say that celeb breast-feeding photos are officially now a "thing." We all remember Gisele's controversial snapshot (which prompted other new moms to school her on what "multi-tasking" really means). And more recently, there was Jamie King's Instagram shot last month, which included an empowering message to moms.

Pink's done it. Miranda Kerr's done it. Even Julie Bowen's done it, with one kid on each boob.

And now, Gwen Stefani is the latest celeb to post a photo of herself proudly breast-feeding her new baby Apollo. This mama's photo might just be our favorite. Not only is Gwen proudly breast-feeding outside, but she chose just about the best spot you could as for, against the gorgeous backdrop of the Swiss Alps.

Since sharing the photo on Instagram three days ago, Gwen's racked up over 40,000 likes and more than 750 comments — nearly all of which are supportive and upbeat.

"Love you, @gwenstefani!" writes user lovesakurabloom. "#powertotheb00bies."

"So happy to see this!" lorahemm added.

Making the photo even sweeter is the story behind the very adorable aden + anais muslin swaddle that Gwen's baby boy is wrapped in. The Australian swaddle company teamed up with (RED) earlier this month to launch a line of exclusive products, whose proceeds would help benefit AIDS research.

We're happy to see the 44-year-old mom of three is looking super relaxed and happy, while balancing her music career, multiple clothing lines and motherhood, all at once. Though as she once admitted to Vogue, the quest to "have it all" isn't an easy one.

"It’s super fun being a mom, but it’s not what you think it’s going to be," Gwen said back in 2012. "And it’s really gradual. At first, your life is totally the same. You have this cute little thing that you get to drive around everywhere and you're so proud and it’s amazing. And as they grow older, it really does start to change your life. Like, oh, my God, they have school, they have to get through first grade, they have to learn to read," she laughs. "It starts getting so serious, and you’re like, Aaaaaaah!"

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