A mum in Jersey, who is breastfeeding her seven-month-old twins, thinks more needs to be done to change people's attitude towards breastfeeding.
Liz Kendrick-Lodge has been sharing her breastfeeding journey as part of a global campaign which promotes conversations around the issue.
The mum, originally from South Africa, said there's a more relaxed attitude to woman breastfeeding in public there.
Mrs Kendrick-Lodge added she doesn't feel it's as accepted in Jersey and wants more education surrounding the issue.
She described a recent visit to a park with a friend and feeling the need to check around her before breastfeeding.
Mrs Kendrick-Lodge said: "And I thought, where is this coming from? Why am I checking around me to see who's here and what they can see?
"Because what I am doing is a very natural act, why am I feeling this bit of shame? There's nothing shameful about it."