Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is setting an example by breast feeding her newborn son. She was recently seen in a dress that is specially designed for breast feeding mothers. Kate is showing that status and money is secondary to what is best for a newborn, which is milk from the mother.
She was seen last week outside Kensington Palace as she was leaving to Bucklebury following the birth of Prince George. According to experts, mother's milk is easy for the baby to digest. It supports healthy growth and good resistance, which offers immense protection against a variety of diseases.
Mothers are constantly urged to breast feed their newborns, as formula food is not an equal replacement for breast milk. New mothers are recommended to breast feed their infants for at least 6 months.