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Accolade for breastfeed pioneer mum.

A CITY mum has scooped yet more accolades for her invention to help women breastfeed discreetly.

Keira O'Mara, aged 32, of Kings Norton, created the Mamascarf after finding nursing her first baby awkward in public.

The clever invention went on sale last year and has since won the admiration of thousands of women including rock royalty Leah Wood and Spice Girl Mel C. Leah said: "I love my scarf. I use it every day."

The scarf has now been hailed a 'best buy' in parenting magazine I'm Pregnant and on the website Mumsnet and has also won two industry awards.

"It's been a fantastic year," said Keira.
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