"They talk a good game but even at the BBC there isn’t a crèche, there isn’t a room where you can express, there isn’t a fridge where you can keep your milk.”
The 36-year-old is heading on maternity leave in preparation for royal baby number three.
A mum is using her maternity leave to travel the world with her family for the second time, and we’re every bit as jealous as we were before.
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“It makes sense because men don’t actually get pregnant, give birth, breastfeed and need maternity leave for their body to recover,” one mum wrote. “If more couples choose to share it, I guess the question will also be asked more to those fathers.
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