LONDON — Should new moms be allowed to breast-feed in public? Should they be made to cover up? Sit in a corner?
These are questions being hotly debated here following an incident at Claridge’s, one of the London’s poshest hotels. Earlier this month, Louise Burns sat down for tea with her mom and sister at Claridge’s for an annual, pre-Christmas get-together. Moments after Burns started breast-feeding her 3-month-old daughter Isadora, she was approached by a waiter carrying a large napkin and politely asked to cover up.Read full article >>