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Olivia Wilde in Glamour: Breastfeeding in Cavalli and Prada feeling so 'natural'

Olivia Wilde is wild about being a mother to her three-month old son and she's proud to share some special mom moments in pictures for Glamour Magazine, including a breastfeeding shot. Wilde said this is something she is proud of because it comes naturally. The photo of the actress breastfeeding her son, Otis, along with the other pictures of mom and baby come out in the September issue of Glamour, according to AZ Central on August 5.

Olivia Wilde dresses for a ball and breastfeeds her baby in Glamour Magazine.
Photo by Stephen Lovekin

As a new mom, Wilde doesn’t think that any portrait of her right now is complete without Otis in it, which is a feeling a lot of new mothers can attest to. Wilde said that in any portrait, her identity as a mother has to be part of it to make that portrait whole.

Wilde, known for her “cat like blue eyes and a husky, but sexy voice, first came to public notice in her role on “House M.D.”, where she played Dr. Remy “Thirteen” Hadley, according to IMDb. She has gone on to make movies and appear in other TV shows.

She’s appeared in the movies “Tron: Legacy,” “Cowboys and Aliens” and “People Like Us,” along with many others. Wilde divorced her first husband in 2011 and she said she grew up with him and today she considers herself “much wiser."

Wilde will be walking down the aisle with Otis’s father, actor and comedian, Jason Sudeikis. They are engaged, but they have no specific wedding plans as of yet. He is best known as a cast member on “Saturday Night Live” from 2005 to 2013. Sudeikis has done much behind the scenes like writing, but most would remember him from the popular comedy show.

For the Glamour shoot Wilde dons a Roberto Cavalli dress and Prada shoes and the scene is a diner with clean lines. It is in a booth in this dinner where Wilde holds her naked infant, breastfeeding in an outfit made for a ball! Wilde conveys how its hard to remember life before Otis. She said, "I don't know, now it feels like Otis should always be on my breast."

Photographer Patrick Demarchelier set the scene for this shoot, one of the more memorable ones you will see in any magazine. From the backdrop to the subject of the lens, he brought it home! You can see the newly released pictures here on the New York Daily News website.

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