Video blogger Tasha Maile breastfed her baby during a live interview on U.K. TV show "This Morning" on July 10 (video below).
While she breastfed her baby, Maile was asked by co-host Holly Willoughby about one of her 2015 videos, titled "Do I Have Sex While Breastfeeding?"
Maile recalled having sex with her ex-husband while breastfeeding her sleeping baby in the video, which went viral with over 5 million views.
"Being an adult about the conversation and getting to more of the actual details, is the baby sleeping while breastfeeding?" Maile replied. "I think we all like sex, there's no secret about it. I think it's totally fine if the baby's sleeping."
Co-host Phillip Schofield countered: "You were accused of involving your child in a sex act, which you were surprised at the backlash weren't you?"
"I wasn’t surprised, no," Maile answered. "Because I know that people read titles and don't actually listen to the video."
Willoughby asked Maile if there was a time when she was not attached to the baby, and Maile replied: "If the baby's awake, like off to the side or something. If the baby's OK, the baby's OK. They're not sitting there judging you and thinking: 'My mom and dad are having sex.' It's a two- or three-month old baby, so they're so innocent."
Willoughby asked Maile, who has three children, if there was an age when children should not watch their parents have sex.
Maile, who still breastfeeds her eldest child, replied: "I don't really think it doesn't become 'not OK.' I'm sure lots of us have walked in on our parents. Just because we walked in doesn't make it not OK to be having sex."
Schofield tried to get some clarification if it was right for older children to watch their parents have sex.
"It's not about being right or wrong. It is what it is. If you're having sex in front of your children, and it feels good to be having sex in front of your children..." Maile replied. "I never talked about that in any of my videos."
"That is a hell of a quote," Schofield replied.
“Is it OK to kill somebody in front of your children, children are watching news all the time,” Maile answered.
"If you did that in this country I’ve got a feeling that social services would be knocking on your door," Schofield replied.