She’s recently become a mum after the arrival of her daughter in April with hubby, Thomas Sadoski.
But a recent post on Twitter suggests the protective mum might have experienced a negative side to motherhood, and she isn't having any of it.
The post simply reads: “Breastfeeding is awesome. Formula is awesome. Feeding your baby is awesome. Not awesome? Judgement.”
Alluding to the breast versus formula debate, Amanda seems to make a stand for a mum’s right to choose!
Other parents seemed to rejoice at her Tweet, with many thanking her for defending mummy shaming.
We couldn't agree more! Keep being awesome and #MomOn, your way!— Yoplait Yogurt (@Yoplait) July 6, 2017
Yes!!! I've done all of the above (minus the judgment) & all my kids are happy & healthy. Stop the mommy shaming! #momlife— Felissa Allard (@SportsGalNYC) July 5, 2017
While others bravely shared their own stories of stigma and judgement with the Mamma Mia star.
I love bfing my son, but it took me so long to do it in public thanks to the stigma around it.— Katherine Stanton (@katrm6) July 6, 2017
I was criticized harshly for feeding my baby formula. I wish our decisions weren't judged on how we feed our little ones.— Rayna (@Rayyyna05) July 6, 2017
Amanda, 31, met hubby Thomas on the set of The Last Word last year and announced their engagement just months later.
The pair eloped, marrying in a very intimate ceremony and have so far decided to kee the name of their daughter private too.
Amanda has spoken candidly of her deep desire to become a mum, telling MarieClaire magazine in 2015: “I need to get on it…I want a child. Badly.”
So it’s no surprise she has no time for judgement.