Salma Hayek Is Ready to Be a Bride and Not a Bridesmaid
Salma Hayek (1966) Hayek is best known for her roles in Desperado, Dogma, Wild Wild West, Frida,Grown Ups, Mi Vida Loca, From Dusk to Dawn, Fools Rush In, Traffic, and Grown Ups 2. Hayek has been married to Francois-Henri Pinault since 2009 and has one child. Hayek's charitable work includes awareness of violence against women, empowering women, and breastfeeding.
Salma Hayek The Mexican superstar was in no hurry to take the weight off, telling Oprah that she believes women should give themselves the same nine months to lose weight as it took to gain it. After suffering from gestational diabetes, Salma told Oprah that she got her body back thanks to Diet Designs--a program founded in Los Angeles by nutritionist to the stars Carrie Wiatt. Her only regret? Not being able to lose the weight with breastfeeding: "Except for a couple of exceptions, the o
13 Famous Moms Who Have No Time For Breastfeeding Shamers
Salma Hayek breastfed a newborn baby boy in Africa whose mother had no milk in 2009. Hayek was weaning her own daughter, Valentina, at the time, but still had milk to donate. -- 13 Famous Moms Who Have No Time For Breastfeeding Shamers
SALMA HAYEK - When asked why she breastfed another woman's baby on camera during a goodwill trip to Sierra Leone, the actress said she did it to diminish the stigmas associated with breastfeeding and to encourage infant nutrition in a country with the highest infant mortality rate.
Salma Hayek: Salma Hayek, on a goodwill trip to Sierra Leone, breastfeed a newborn baby boy whose mother had no milk. "The baby was perfectly healthy, but the mother didn't have milk. He was very hungry. I was weaning Valentina, but I still had a lot of milk that I was pumping, so I breast-fed the baby. You should have seen his eyes. When he felt the nourishment, he immediately stopped crying."