Lucy Mecklenburgh shares candid snap of herself pumping breast milk at 4am for newborn son Roman
Lucy Mecklenburgh has shared a candid snap of herself expressing breast milk in the early hours of the morning for her newborn son Roman.
The former TOWIE star, who recently cried after her sister said it was "torture" not being able to see her nephew, took to her Instagram Stories to post the photo for her 1.6 million followers.
The picture sees the 28 year old sitting underneath a duvet with the pump tucked under her shirt, glowing as they collected milk for her two week old baby.
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Keeping her face out of the frame, Lucy, who gave birth to her first child earlier this month, wrote over it: "4am pumping!" alongside a glass of milk emoji.
It comes as the reality star was recently forced to defend her decision to go for a stroll with fiancé Ryan Thomas, 35, and their son after urging people to self-isolate amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The new mum took to her Instagram Story to urge people to distance themselves from each other after several members of the public were seen spending time in parks last weekend.
Lucy wrote: “Why are people finding this so difficult to understand?! STAY AT HOME! It will save so many lives!!! It’s really simple! Stop being selfish!”
She then revealed that she had received messages saying she was being “hypocritical” after enjoying a stroll with Roman and beau Ryan.
“For DM’s about me going for a walk being hypocritical… I was with Ryan & Roman for an hour a day. We don’t come into contact with anyone or touch anything.
“From a distance I could see big groups of people having coffees together on bench’s, shops full, groups of people chatting, coffee shops packed!!! I don’t understand," she wrote.
In a speech on the evening of 23 March, the Prime Minister, who recently tested positive for the coronavirus, said people must stay at home unless they need to go out to get basic necessities, daily exercise, medical needs, or they're travelling to and from essential work.
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He told all shops selling non-essential goods to shut down and also decided to enforce a strict rule against social gatherings in public of more than two people who do not live together.
If people go against these new set of rules, the police will intervene through fines and dispersing of gatherings. The lockdown will be reviewed in three weeks' time.
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