CHARLOTTE Dawson breastfeeds and expresses milk at the same time as she glams up for new pic.

The reality star gave birth to her first child Noah last month and has been very candid with fans about her motherhood journey.

Charlotte, 28, looked every inch the yummy mummy as she put on a full face of make-up for a shoot with her baby.

The star, who posed in a nursing bra as she breastfed and pumped at the same time wrote: "Absolutely loving the new Ameda Mya Joy Breast Pump from @babycentraluk 🙌🏽 you all ask what I use to pump & this is what I’ve been using.

"I can’t recommend it enough my darlings, I love the way you can just get on with what you are doing while still pumping!

"Multi tasking chuffin mama right here… filming, pumping & breastfeeding… never thought I’d see the day!!!

"It’s also so quiet and small enough for me to pack it in my bag when we are off out (when we’re allowed🤣) with my little cherub."



Charlotte,the daughter of late comic Les Dawson, was soldiering on just days after she felt like a "bad mum" as her baby kept her awake all night.

She her Instagram followers how she'd just cleaned up a "poo-nami" which went "all over" Noah's head.

"They just don't care, do they," the new mum said as he lay in bed next her newborn, who was cooing quietly as she spoke to the camera.

Charlotte was topless in bed with her hair tied up as she told her fans how Noah was up every hour and sometimes every half an hour for a feed.


"We're up again for a feed," she said in a new video, as Noah breastfed.

She said she hoped to get him into a routine and even though she was exhausted.

"I could just eat you up," Charlotte told him and added, "with a butty and brown sauce".

She was having the time of her life as she boogied along.

The brunette captioned the video: "How I entertain myself with my seven-week post-partum bodehhhh."

Fans loved the video and flocked to her Instagram to comment.

Charlotte has been praised for "keeping it real" and not rushing to snap back straight after giving birth.

 

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