Claire Danes brings breastfeeding to the Golden Globes

Golden Globe winning actress and new-mum donned a plunging red dress for the ceremony and, six weeks after giving birth, admitted she’s worried about leaks

Newly Globed actress Claire Danes brought the Hollywood glamour back to earth at last night’s Golden Globes, admitting that, like many a breastfeeding new mum, she’s worried about leakages.

Speaking to Ryan Seacrest of E! before the ceremony the 33-year-old actress said, “Hope I don’t leak anytime soon!”Claire looked stunning in a plunging floor-length red dress as she picked up Golden Globe of best TV actress © …

The Golden Globe awards was Claire’s first major outing since giving birth to son Cyrus Michael Christopher on December 17, and she admitted it’s a shock to be back in the glamorous world of Hollywood after her baby bubble.

“I’m deliriously happy and also sort of startled to be in this scene suddenly because I've been so sequestered ... in baby world."

She added that her “teeny tiny” little boy was being looked after by her parents at a nearby hotel.

The Homeland displayed not a trace of baby weight in her on-trend red gown with plunging neckline, as she took to the stage to receive the award for best actress in a TV drama. Homeland also won best television drama.Claire Danes posed with husband Hugh Dancey at the Golden Globes ©Rex

Claire recently discussed motherhood in an interview with the US edition of Elle magazine, saying she was glad she had waited until now to have children and that she would continue to work as she'd make a 'lousy' stay at home mum.

Other new mums at the event included Adele, who dedicated her award to her ‘lovely son’ and Meghan Fox, who opted for a figure hugging nude gown.