Evelyn Sharma Opens Up On Being Trolled For Her Breastfeeding Photos: 'Such Images Show Vulnerability And Strength, So Why Be Shy?'

Evelyn Sharma has reacted to getting trolled for breastfeeding photos

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Evelyn Sharma Opens Up On Being Trolled For Her Breastfeeding Photos: 'Such Images Show Vulnerability And Strength, So Why Be Shy?'
Evelyn Sharma is one of the most loved actresses of Bollywood. The stunning actress is enjoying every bit of motherhood with her daughter Ava. Since welcoming her baby girl, Evelyn has been sharing photos on Instagram. She grabbed a lot of attention as she shared a pic of breastfeeding her daughter. She was trolled by netizens for it. The actress has now reacted to the online trolling.

Speaking to Hindustan Times, Evelyn said, "Such images show vulnerability and strength at the same time. I find it beautiful. Breastfeeding is one of the most natural and healthy things to do. And it really is why women have breasts in the first place. So why be shy about it?"

"Breastfeeding is much tougher than people think. When you start out as a new mum, it is often physically and mentally exhausting, particularly cluster feeds. I shared my story to let mums out there know that they aren't alone in this," she added. ALSO READ:Evelyn Sharma Drops A Picture Of Breastfeeding Her Daughter Ava, Netizens Drop Red Hearts And Warm Comments On It

The actress had shared a selfie breastfeeding her daughter. While she censored the photo, it didn't go down well with many. She had captioned it, "When you thought you finally established a routine and then she starts #clusterfeeding! #smileforthecamera #thingsnoonewarnsyouabout #mummylife."

On Christmas Day, Evelyn had shared a picture of breastfeeding her daughter. She wrote, "My Christmas this year is milk for Ava and cookies for me. Breastfeeding is not an easy task, in fact I find it mentally and physically exhausting. But, the bond you're forming is absolutely beautiful and truly worth it. People give you lots of advice what you should and shouldn't do, but reality is: Do whatever works best for you and your baby."







Image Source:Instagram/EvelynSharma
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