She is an adovate for breastfeeding and often talks about her own experiences with her three children, Ava, 13, Hero, 10, and Apollo, 20 months.
And Myleene Klass honoured World Breastfeeding Week with a series of sweet snaps of herself feeding her kids when they were babies on Tuesday.
The TV and radio presenter, 43, posted the photos on her Instagram Story alongside a caption about how breastfeeding should be ‘normalised’.
Doting mum: Myleene Klass honoured World Breastfeeding Week with a series of sweet snaps of herself feeding her kids when they were babies on Tuesday
Myleene also revealed she still has frozen milk stored in her fridge as she can’t bear to throw it out, despite no longer needing it.
The caption read: ‘Happy #breastfeedingawarenessweek #normalisebreastfeeding. Is still have it frozen in the fridge. Can’t bear to throw it out.’
In one snap, Myleene even managed to play the piano while one of her children sat on her lap and fed.
Oops: Myleene has always been candid about her breastfeeding journey and last year revealed she had broken the strap on her white summer maxi dress because her ‘breastfeeding boobies are heavy’
World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) occurs during the first week of August and represents a global celebration of breastfeeding efforts including promotion, support, education, research, progressive trends and normalizing breastfeeding.
Myleene has always been candid about her breastfeeding journey and last year revealed she had broken the strap on her white summer maxi dress because her ‘breastfeeding boobies are heavy’.
She took to Instagram to share her outfit mishap as she revealed how the air conditioning in the Smooth Radio studios had also stopped working.
Open: Myleene has been open about the realities of breastfeeding her one-year-old son Apollo
Speaking on her Instagram Stories, Myleene said: ‘Just got into work my strap has broken as has the air con but we are playing chilled out songs!’
Earlier the same year, Myleene spoke about how she’s on a mission to ‘normalise’ breastfeeding and said she wasn’t trying to ‘race her body back’ after putting on five stone in pregnancy weight.
In an emotional interview with MailOnline, Myleene said: ‘I never thought at this stage in my life I’d have my blended family, my girls would have the most incredible step dad and I would have Apollo, I never saw this coming.’
‘I never saw this coming’: Myleene previously revealed she’s on a mission to ‘normalise’ breastfeeding – and says she feels ‘overwhelmed’ by ‘miracle baby’ Apollo,
Myleene is mother to her son and two daughters and is a step-mum to Simon’s son and daughter from his previous marriage, who are the same ages as her girls.
She told MailOnline: ‘It’s quite complicated, but also great fun. This is the least stressed I’ve ever been with a baby because I’ve got a partner, it’s so amazing to be doing it with him.’
She explained: ‘I breastfeed at the radio, I breastfeed on the train, I breastfeed absolutely anywhere, anyone who’s around me is used to me breastfeeding.
‘It’s important to normalise breastfeeding, it’s more in this country because I think when you’re abroad there’s a different feel to it. I just want to normalise it so it makes it easier for everyone.
‘My boobs have got bigger, absolutely, that’s definitely one of the changes for sure. My body feels different, there’s no doubt about it. But I’m not trying to race my body back to anything.
‘Apollo feeds all the time, with boys it’s so different. He’s never, ever full. When I’m expressing and Sim messages me going ‘make sure you express another eight ounces,’ I’m like ‘Where am I going to squeeze that out of?’
Myleene, who became known for her incredible bikini body following her iconic shower scene on I’m A Celeb, admitted she has now ‘plateaued’ and is refusing to go on the scales to measure her weight.
‘My body feels different’: The former pop star has revealed one of the major changes to her figure following her pregnancy with Apollo is having bigger boobs
‘I breastfeed absolutely anywhere’: Myleene said she breastfeeds at the radio and on the train and wants it to become easier for women to do so in public
She said: ‘At the moment because I’m breastfeeding I feel ravenous.
‘I said to my midwife I’ve plateaued, I put on five stone when I was pregnant, which is the most I’ve ever put on but apparently you put on more with every baby, so I put on five but I’ve lost three.
‘I’m not getting on the scales though, I’m just going by my clothes otherwise it’s not healthy for my girls to see but when I go to the doctor… it is amazing to think I did put on five stone with one baby because I’m 5ft 6.’