‘A huge inspiration’ Pink! praised by fans for sweet breastfeeding selfie

Pop star Pink! has drawn universal praise from followers after posting a sweet snap on Instagram breastfeeding her baby son, Jameson.

Fans have been heaping praise on the star for not only normalising breastfeeding with her adorable photo, but for managing to do so while hiking and looking her usual stunning and relaxed self at the same time.

‘Hiking makes us thirsty!’ the 37-year-old Just Like Fire singer captioned the post, and little Jameson certainly looks like he’s enjoying his drink!

Her impressive 1.7 million followers love her for the candid snapshots she gives into her day-to-day life and intimate photos with her children, and her latest share is no exception – receiving over 250,800 and thousands of comments.

‘As normal as breathing. Perfect picture, that’s pure love and happiness right there,’ commented one follower.

‘Absoloutely love this woman!’ wrote another. ‘She is amazing and a huge inspiration.’

‘One of the many reasons you have always been a favourite and a role model! In a world of Kim’s, be a Pink,’ typed one cheeky fan.

In January, Pink brought her whole family (including five-year-old daughter Willow and husband Carey Heart, whom she married in 2006) to the women’s march in California.

In classic Pink style, she took to Instagram to share the experience with her dedicated followers. In the photo, she can be seen holding up a bold hand-made sign which reads ‘Unity, Love, Equality, and a dash of Nasty,’ while a newborn Jameson sleeps soundly in a sling across her chest.

This isn’t the first time Pink has been vocal about her breastfeeding journey, joking back in 2012 on Alan Carr’s talk show that she would ‘start fights in restaurants’ with people who took issue with her breastfeeding in public.

In 2016, to mark #nationalbreastfeedingweek in the States, she posted a similar pic with a then three-year-old Willow, captioned: ‘I proudly post this photo of a very HEALTHY, NATURAL act between mother and child. Taken in Helsinki by a very supportive and proud Papa.’