On her recent interview with Wendy Williams last Thursday, the 43-year-old actress had an argument with the daytime show host on public breastfeeding, Entertainment Tonight reports.
The outspoken breastfeeding advocate had recently a dispute with Williams after the TV host confessed that she is not a fan of displaying her son breastfeeding in public.
"I don't need to see that," Williams admitted, saying she would take a child to her car before feeding it in public. "I just don't want to."
Milano then suggested that society over-sexualizes breasts, Williams responded, "Breastfeeding is only a particular amount of time. The rest of your life, your breasts are sexual things."
"I don't know why I feel this way," Williams admitted.
The mom of two quickly drew applause from the audience in order to end the argument and closed the discussion by saying, "You're lucky the baby's not here, I'd whip 'em out, and feed him right on your show!"
She also dished out with ET, how breastfeeding affects her life towards her children. And for her, she considers breastfeeding a practice to be a beautiful thing.
"It's been a joyous time to be able to feed them," Milano shared.
"It is just an amazing process that my body is giving her nourishment," she added. "Women -- we are the most perfect machine ever made."
On another note, the actress also shared about the weight she gained during her pregnancy and the journey going back to her “happy weight.” Milano went from 172 pounds to 126 pounds after giving birth to her daughter Elizabella 16 months ago.
"I feel so much better than I did before it's crazy," Milano told ET. "You know that feeling when you're dieting where your stomachs growling and you're angry and moody? There's none of that, because you're getting fats and proteins. It's great!"
With two young beautiful children Milo, 4, and Elizabella, 1, with husband Dave Bugliari, reducing her weight makes it easier for her to keep up with her growing family.
"Every aspect is amazing," she gushed. "I looked at Milo's feet the other day. He's got these two toes that cross each other, and I was looking at my husband's feet. Those are where those toes came from!"