We doubt you'll be seeing any photos of Billie Faiers breastfeeding Arthur any time soon…
We've seen plenty of celebrities post photos of themselves feeding their babies on social media to help normalize breastfeeding.
Tamara Ecclestone has continued to breastfeed her three-year-old daughter and regularly shares pictures on Instagram, Peter Andre's admitted his wife Emily MacDonagh's breastfeeding post was inspired by Tamara and even Sam Faiers has posted breastfeeding photos on social media.
Although, it looks like Billie Faiers won't be following in the same footsteps as her sister, if her fiancé has anything to do with it.
Last year Sam Faiers breastfed her son on This Morning (Credit: ITV)
During the last episode of Sam Faiers Mummy Diaries, viewers witnessed the incredible moments straight after the Faiers family welcomed Arthur into the world. However, later on in the episode Billie's fiancé Greg Shepherd made it clear he's not keen on her sharing breastfeeding photos with her 1.4 million followers.
While Billie, Sam and their mum Suzanne were discussing breastfeeding, Greg told his partner: "No Instagramming you suckling! You're both famous enough."
He then went on to say that "don’t need to see" Billie's breastfeeding photos in the media.
Billie welcomed Arthur into the world in March (Credit: ITV)
However, the mum-of-two explained that breastfeeding is "empowering."
Billie was unable to breastfeed her daughter Nellie, however this time round with the help of "breastfeeding guru" Sam, she did.
The former TOWIE star described the feeling of breastfeeding as "toe-curling".
She then added: "I keep thinking oh my god my boobs are suffocating him. I've been having to pinch the nipple bit."
Billie shared the wonderful moments after welcoming Arthur into the world (Credit: ITV)
Last year, Sam Faiers was praised by This Morning viewers after she breastfeed baby Paul live on television. She has since revealed that some people thought she had an ulterior motive.
She told the Daily Star: "I got praised a lot for it but a few people thought I did it for publicity."
She added: "You cannot plan a breastfed baby's meal. You just can't. They feed on demand – when they smell milk, they want milk."