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Picture of mom breastfeeding at Disney goes viral

Mom duties never, ever stop, even when you're at Disneyland. A photo on Instagram is going viral after a mom proved just that. A few months ago, Mari Villaluna was visiting the park with her 2-month-old infant when Belle approached their table. The baby was cranky and wanted to be fed, but that didn't stop mom from wanting a picture with the Princess. And the Princess posed as she would with any other family: Happily.
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