Mom told not to breastfeed in museum full of exposed breasts.

Mom told not to breastfeed in museum full of exposed breasts.
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A London mom taking in some art at the Victoria & Albert Museum had to take a break from fine masterpieces to feed her son when the one-year-old needed to eat.

The mom, aka Vaguechera on Twitter, was breastfeeding her son in the courtyard when she was asked to "cover up." She was quick to note that the museum was full of titties, that there is no reason to be alarmed by boobs being put to healthy use.

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Life imitates art.
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Someone breastfeeding isn't anyone else's business, but even if it weren't, you'd think people would accept a "nanosecond of nipple" in a building with dozens of nips frozen in time.

The mom hilariously toured around the museum, captioning the "mammaries" of her fellow breast-havers.

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The tweets went so viral, the museum's director Tristram Hunt issued a direct apology.

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And so did the museum itself.

Next time, just let the kid eat—or at least be grateful for the addition to the collection.

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