Smug mother Gisele Bundchen says there 'should be a law' forcing women to breastfeed for six months
As someone who was back modelling swimwear six weeks after giving birth, Gisele Bundchen's experience of motherhood is not exactly ordinary. But that hasn't stopped the supermodel deciding to share with us lesser mortals her insights on how best to raise children. The 30-year-old Brazilian reckons there should be a 'worldwide law' that new mothers should all breastfeed for six months.I'm just curious how, exactly, young Nobel Peace Prize winner-to-be Gisele plans on enacting a "worldwide law"? Who would enforce it, the World Police? What would the punishment be for giving your infant formula? If they throw the mom in jail, wouldn't they be depriving the infant of breast milk and therefore running afoul of the law themselves? All this thinking makes my head hurt...
Look, Gisele, here's some helpful advice. People don't pay you gobs of money because they respect your opinion on world events. You are paid well because you conform to some arbitrary definition of "beauty" - which in your case is most certainly skin deep. Please refrain from offering further "opinions" on issues outside your sphere of expertise, which as far as we can tell includes walking in a straight line and hanging on the arm of athletes.
In other words, shut yer collagen-injected piehole.
That is all.