The show has not even been broadcasted yet, but it appears the contestants of Channel 7's Yummy Mummies are already ruffling up some feathers.
In a 90-second snippet of the upcoming show, viewers witness the lives of four wealthy mums-to-be. However one contestant in particular, Maria DiGeronimo, 31, has rubbed everyone up the wrong way for claiming "Breastfeeding in public is illegal. You just don't do it."
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, DiGeronimo says there's a lot more to her than we've seen in the clip.
"They’ve seen 90 seconds of my entire life. If you can judge someone on 90 seconds of their life, does that tell more about you or me,” says Psychology major graduate.
“I’m not out here to make people love me or hate me. It’s not about the fame. I’m just being me. I’m going to say my reality to everyone’s reality. I realise my reality may be different to others and anything I say is just my opinion.
“I’ve built up a thicker skin over the years, this is not new to me. My parents have worked so hard all their lives, always trying to give me the best ... sacrificing for me to have everything. It’s been criticised in the past, or put in a negative light.”
Watch the clip below and make your own opinion.
Ms DiGeronimo went on to say she didn’t mean the statement literally and breastfed her own baby, she just chose not to do so in public.
“I didn’t choose a place that was loud, rowdy, with men who could possibly even be intoxicated. If I would have done that, I’d have covered up, but that’s my opinion and personal choice,” she says. “I wanted a quiet, calm environment so we could bond and share that special moment together.”