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Angelina Jolie's got nothing on Salma Hayek. Hayek, current 30 Rock guest star and voluptuous UNICEF ambassador, is creating all sorts of buzz with a video showing her breast-feeding another woman's baby during a humanitarian mission to Sierra Leone to raise awareness about maternal neonatal tetanus. The child's mother was also malnourished and was unable to feed her baby.

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The Hollywood star, in the war-torn region to highlight the work of Unicef, acted instinctively when told that the baby boy was hungry and his own mother had stopped producing milk. The actress and Ugly Betty producer is still breast-feeding her own month-old daughter, Valentina. Speaking to the ABC show Nightline, she said: "I thought about it - am I being disloyal to my child by giving her milk away?

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In a provocative video gone viral, the actress nurses a child for an African mother. Salma Hayek has never been shy about using her fame to aid the less fortunate of the world. But in a much-watched video shot last year and originally aired on Nightlinethe Unicef ambassador is hands-on about her passion. She thought she was doing good for the child.

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Celebrity moms are just like us, they say. But when it comes to feeding their babies, starlet moms might actually be more relatable than we thought. So, in honor of World Breastfeeding Week, here is a compilation of memorable breastfeeding moments in Hollywood.

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The web is awash with eye-popping videos - a hamster eating popcorn while lying on a piano keyboard; a newly married couple performing the finale to Dirty Dancing - and I must admit that when I saw a clip headlined "Salma Hayek breastfeeds African baby", I imagined this fell squarely into the "web curio" category. Over the past few years, there have been various intimations that wet-nursing or cross-nursing - women feeding other people's babies - is becoming more acceptable, but the celebrity contribution to this debate has been controversial, to say the least. Infor instance, a Los Angeles-based employment agency claimed that a number of Hollywood celebrities with breast implants had requested lactating nannies.

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Actress Salma Hayek opened up a whole new kind of breast-feeding debate in when a video of her nursing a hungry baby boy in Sierra Leone surfaced on YouTube. Hayek told ABC's Nightline that she fed the newborn in an effort to promote breast feeding in a region that has one of the highest infant-mortality rates in the world, mainly due to malnutrition. And while HIV transmission via breast feeding is a concern throughout Africa, and international health guidelines advise HIV-positive mothers to avoid breast feeding when an alternative source of nourishment is "acceptable, feasible, affordable, sustainable and safe," those conditions aren't often met in places like Sierra Leone where starvation is an immediate threat.

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If anyone on the planet could convince men that breast-feeding moms can have a sex life, it would be Salma Hayek. The beautifully busty actress, on a trip to Sierra Leone to support a tetanus-vaccination project, nursed a starving baby she encountered while being filmed by ABC News. She did this, she told the camera crew, in part out of compassion for a suffering child, but also to help lift the stigma against breast-feeding in Africa, where men often think women can't have sex if they're still nursing.

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Women who choose to feed their babies in public are often stigmatized with the act deemed inappropriate — mothers even forced to pump milk in the toilets at the Academy Award s. Yes, really. With high profile women like Angelina Jolie and Salma Hayek speaking out in defence of breastfeeding, progress is steadily being made — but still the world seems to be obsessed with one question: Is there a time and a place for breastfeeding?

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