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The image of the top model Mara Maurer (New York, 1990) posted a few days ago on her Instagram has once again brought to the table the eternal issue of conciliation and work.

The New Yorker participated in the Schiaparelli fashion show in Haute Couture week in Paris and while all the comments alluded to the collection, full of golden makeup and hyper-realistic animals in the garments, behind the spotlights other issues were 'cooking'.

Maurer, with her 'work clothes' still on and with a towel covering her shoulders, found a space to


her baby, a girl named Nora-Jones who was born on July 31 as a result of her relationship with her partner, Hicham Ghazaoui.

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The image, full of tenderness, has aroused the applause of the networks, with a multitude of praise comments for making this part of motherhood visible.

At the moment, she has garnered almost 30,000 likes and focuses on how to combine the perfection and sophistication that she aspires to on a catwalk and the

simplicity and naturalness of hugging a baby

and breastfeeding.

No more no less.

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The American model, with the tight schedule typical of a top (she is Schiaparelli's muse, but has also worked for Calvin Klein, Missoni, Damir Doma, Manish Arora, etc.), combines her profession with motherhood as best she can.

It is not the first time that she has posed with her baby and she already did it when she was not yet born.

This is how she paraded

six months pregnant

with a transparent dress by Nensi Dojaka:


A campaign demands spaces to breastfeed


The image of the supermodel Maggie Maurer has been made public at a time, coincidentally, in which the non-profit organization


has launched a campaign to

demand by law spaces to breastfeed in public


On the premise of a study carried out by LOLA MullenLowe and LinQ Market Research Spain, they argue that

one in two women

(52%) in Spain hides to breastfeed their babies.

For this reason, with the campaign

'Who does not cry does not breast' they

seek to collect 500,000 signatures in order to present their petition before Congress through the channel of the popular legislative initiative.

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