When Rachel McAdams graced the cover of Girls Girls Girls magazine breast pumping in a Versace tartan jacket and Bvlgari diamonds, the image quickly became iconic.
Mums, and women, around the world praised the publication and the Mean Girls alum for their bold portrayal.
Taking to Instagram this week in a candid post, Hilary Duff created her own take on the photograph.
The actress recently welcomed her second child, a daughter Banks Violet Bair, with boyfriend Matthew Koma.
"Am I doing this right?" the Younger star captioned.
Duff's candid recreation of Claire Rothstein's shot continues the crucial conversation being had by women across the globe regarding the need for better breastfeeding facilities in public spaces, and for mothers in the workplace.
As of late, breast feeding and pumping has become a powerful statement fashion brands have been using in their shows and campaigns.
From pregnant models walking the runway for Rihanna's Savage x Fenty show, to models breastfeeding on the runway during London Fashion Week, women have gradually been inspiring change to happen, which is what makes Duff and McAdams' photos so important.
This article originally appeared on marie claire Australia.