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Olivia Wilde Breastfeeds Her Son Otis for 'Glamour' September 2014 (Photos)

Olivia Wilde Breastfeeds Her Son Otis for 'Glamour' September 2014 (Photos)

Olivia Wilde cradles her son Otis, 3 months, as he breastfeeds in this new feature for her Glamour magazine September 2014 cover story.

Here’s what the 30-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On feeling natural being photographed breastfeeding: “Being shot with Otis is so perfect because any portrait of me right now isn’t complete without my identity as a mother being a part of that. Breast-feeding is the most natural thing. I don’t know, now it feels like Otis should always be on my breast. It felt like we were capturing that multifaceted woman we’ve been discussing—that we know we can be. You can be someone who is at once maternal and professional and sexy and self-possessed. [But] I mean, I certainly don’t really look like that when I’m [typically] breast-feeding. And there’s usually a diaper involved.”

On if she’ll marry fiance Jason Sudeikis: “We’re engaged, but no specific plans yet—we just have to find the time to put it together. In many ways, a child is more of a commitment. We are fully committed and really happy as a family. And there’s no definition of the ‘normal family’ anymore. Kids today are growing up with so many different definitions of family. I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t feel any pressure to do it. But I think it will be really fun.”

On her first marriage: “[I] wouldn’t be this person without that first marriage. I really grew up with my first husband. Now I’m in a much wiser, more centered place in life. I think if we can see people in our lives as chapters, we have a much healthier perspective about the whole thing. It’s like it had to happen the way it happened. Jason and I lived two blocks away from each other for years and never met.”

FYI: Olivia is wearing Lanvin on the cover.

For more from Olivia, visit Glamour.com.

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Credit: Patrick Demarchelier/Glamour
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82 Responses to “Olivia Wilde Breastfeeds Her Son Otis for 'Glamour' September 2014 (Photos)”

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  1. 1
    Evelin Says:

    I would never do something like that to my baby. what a mother who doesn’t care about her baby privacy. what’s next? changing diappers in magazine, idiot! what a shame

  2. 2
    GerardButthole Says:

    Another celebrity pimping out her baby for money.

  3. 3
    Maddi Says:

    As a mom who really supports the fight for a less conservative attitude toward breast feeding I really love this photoshoot. I don’t think Olivia is pimping out her son, especially when you look at what she says about breast feeding (and the fact that her son isn’t being advertised on the front cover. THAT would be pimping him out but the front cover doesn’t mention anything about Otis being pictured inside). I think Olivia wanted to support breast feeding and they probably knew this issue would be coming out during National Breastfeeding Week so it was a good time to portray it.

  4. 4
    GerardButthole Says:

    @Maddi:

    She got paid for it; she is pimping her son. Celebs get paid for covers, and they get a lot more money if the pose with baby.

  5. 5
    coal Says:

    @GerardButthole: Olivia is a very intelligent, philanthropic woman. You may think she’s pimping him out but if you know her personality over the years, she’s doing this as an awareness piece. I’d rather see this which was done in a tasteful way than having breasts being only known as a sexual body part instead of it’s intended purpose which is for breast feeding. Putting him on the cover would be pimping him out and she’s far from those type of celebrities that say “hey look at me and my baby, give me millions”

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    sweetness Says:

    I really don’t understand the psychology of celebrities and stars. On the one hand they exploit their children and babies for photo shoots ..and then complain when the paps are following their kids. You want the world to see their private lives but then they whine and complain when they are followed.
    Why do we need a pic of her breastfeeding? DO people need to see her intimate moment with her baby to confirm she’s a mom? Or is she a self absorbed actress wants you to believe she’s a doting mother?

  7. 7
    GerardButthole Says:

    @coal:

    I don’t have a problem with her as a person or as an actress. She is getting paid. She is pimping her kid. Geeze, give it up, toots!

  8. 8
    hehe Says:

    ”In many ways, a child is more of a commitment. ”’That’s the point. You can have babies with that man, but not get married before it? Marriage can be over, a kid is for the rest of your life. If you can have a baby that means you’re ready to have this person in your life. But marrying him is what? Too insane? Marriage means respect and safety. That’s all. You have a baby with someone and he’s just your boyfriend/girlfriend. It sounds sad. He may love you, but one they he may not. And if husband leaves, he still has to take care of his child, plenty of boyriends don’t. That’s where the safety kicks in.
    You never know what life will throw at you, but If I will meet that someone, I hope he will respect me enough and will marry my a-s-s before he knocks me up. Tho I believe that marriage is a hard work and most of those Hollywood peeps think that when honeymoon period is over then better is run to the next one, not give your child a strong family.

    But I’m not judging her. I’m judging this generation. No one knows what a family means this days.

  9. 9
    Daphne Says:

    Actors/actresses and their flighty views. I’m so sick of the lot of them.

  10. 10
    Natalie Says:

    @hehe: Sure they do. It’s just not the narrow version of 2.5 children and a mother and father. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.

  11. 11
    Jenna Says:

    1. About the paparazzi complaint. While I understand it seems contradictory, taking a picture of or having someone else taking a picture of your child in a controlled setting where you can be in charge of how your child is being treated is VERY different from having a swarm of creepy men stalk your children, shouting and shoving cameras in your face.
    2. About the pimping out complaint. If you read what she said about breastfeeding, I wouldn’t be shocked if she wanted to portray Otis herself since she feels like he’s very much a part of her identity now. Yes, she is being paid but it’s very possible that that is how she wanted to be portrayed. So while I see your argument, it seems like an unfair way to judge her without having all the facts. His full face isn’t disclosed and he’s not even mentioned on the cover which to me doesn’t at all point to pimping him out.
    3. This issue is coming out during National Breastfeeding Week. It’s very possible that Olivia just wants to show her support.

  12. 12
    Abby Says:

    Beautiful photoshoot! Very tastefully done.

  13. 13
    gjfc Says:

    I WONDER WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN SOME YEARS TIME WHEN OTIS´ CLASSMATES LOOK AT THAT PHOTOSHOP Olivia is a mother now she should stop thinking about promoting herself as usual she is a pathetic actress in the same way she is a phatetic mother

  14. 14
    Lena Says:

    What a ding dong. It’s all about HER fame. No consideration for her baby’s right to privacy. How vile.

  15. 15
    LittleMo Says:

    Sorry but there are some things – no matter how natural they are – should remain done in private and breast-feeding is one of them. This idea of “it’s a natural function” doesn’t hold water and is really a silly position to take. Having a bowel movement is natural, too, but would any of you want to see someone defecating in the middle of Main Street? How about everyone taking a bath in the middle of the town square. Or may somebody can just stand up and pee in the aisle during YOUR child’s graduation ceremony. And – last but definitely not least – let”s not forget that sex is also a “natural function” but would you want to see people going at it on the sidewalk in front of a school just b/c it’s “natural”?

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    mandy Says:

    Beautiful photo of a mother giving her son the absolute best start to a healthy life. Breastmilk is liquid gold. I wish I had a picture like this with my mom. Very sweet, tastefully done photo shoot to bring awareness of the importance of breastfeeding. I can’t believe all the internet trolls are out shaming such a normal thing. She’s just feeding her baby. At 3 months my baby nursed 24/7. Would you be complaining of a picture of her feeding him with a bottle? Breasts are for feeding babies, and people need to realize it is NORMAL. She shouldn’t have to do it in secret because it is nothing to be ashamed of. Women shouldn’t feel like they have to hide in a bathroom or closet to feed their baby. As a breastfeeding mother who cannot pump or use a cover I appreciate her support very much. I try to be diacreet, but I am just feeding my baby the absolute best.

  17. 17
    mandy Says:

    @LittleMo:
    Are you seriously comparing feeding a baby to pooping and sex? Seriously? What a disgusting comment. Perhaps you need to get your mind out of the gutter. Babies need to eat, often!! You can’t always feed them in the privacy of your home. Not all women can pump. Not all babies will take bottles. Not all babies will let you cover them. If you have other kids are you all going to sit in a bathroom stall while you nurse. Ridiculous!! Breast milk is a babies best start hands down. Nothing is wrong with feeding a hungry baby!!! Grow up.

  18. 18
    Ugonna Wosu Says:

    @sweetness: why is the concept of “permission” so hard for you to grasp? You really see no difference between being pounced on when you want to be alone, and giving permission to someone to be around you and snap photos?

  19. 19
    Ugonna Wosu Says:

    @hehe: they’re just saying that since they’re in a bigger commitment already, why is marriage so important and urgent? I agree.

  20. 20
    SquareJaw Says:

    Oh please..Square jaw only breastfeeds him for the cameras. Attention ho.

  21. 21
    SquareJaw Says:

    @mandy: You sound like a disgusting ho who loves to whip out her breasts in front of her father. You are one sick puppy. Must be fat and ugly because you obviously lack attention from men.

  22. 22
    K Says:

    Nasty bunch you are

  23. 23
    NekoFirefoxy Says:

    No one denies the importance of breast feeding. But I would never breastfeed my baby in public because I know there is the possibility that it could make other people feel uncomfortable not only because they might be small minded (as a lot of you seem to think here). For a friend of mine who can’t have children on her own it is truly painful for her to watch this cause it reminds her of what she will never experience. And there can be a lot of other good reasons why people won’t applaud when a mother does this in public.
    I’m sorry to say this but a lot of women seem to think that motherhood is giving them some kind of free ticket to do whatever they want. Sadly I had to experience some mothers who were very rude and even changed diapers in public places like restaurants and cafés (and there are more of them than you might think in the first place).

    Of course my mom breastfed me too but never in public (yeah, we had discussions about that) except it was a real case of an emergency. The process of breastfeeding is also a bonding moment between mother and child and for me this is something very personal and not meant for public display.

    I think everyone should be considerate about their actions and how they could affect others and this also includes mothers.

  24. 24
    Guest Says:

    I’m all for mothers breast feeding in public JUST PUT A DAMN BLANKET OVER. If it’s not ok to hang your boobs out in public when you aren’t breast feeding then it shouldn’t be ok to hang your boobs out in public when you are breast feeding. Have some decency

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    Dotty Says:

    She had the longest pregnancy ever.

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