Hilary Duff's 'Younger' Co-Star Drinks Her 'Delicious' Breast Milk in Bizarre Video
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Nico Tortorella takes to Instagram to share a video of him enjoying the breast milk, prompting the actress to jokingly call him 'a sicko.'

AceShowbiz - Hilary Duff and her "Younger" co-star Nico Tortorella have such a great bond with each other. Their bond is apparently too great that the latter isn't even hesitating before doing something as bizarre as drinking the actress' breast milk.

Nico took to his Instagram Stories to share a video of him drinking the milk. The video saw him holding the cup of breast milk as he said to the camera, "I'm for real doing this right now." The actor then took a sip of the milk and exclaimed, "Oh my God. It is delicious. Can I have some more?"

Hilary, who filmed the footage, then held up her freezer bag of breast milk to prove that he had, indeed, tried it. She could be heard saying off camera, "You're a sicko, dude," while laughing.

Nico captioned the video, "Full proof that @hilaryduff's milk is delicious."

Fans were appalled with the video as one commented, "But... why?" Meanwhile, another fan appeared to be curious how did the breast milk taste like.

The video was taken during a table read for the first episode of "Younger" season 6. Hilary plays as Kelsey Peters, a beautiful, sophisticated, confident and ambitious 26-year-old book editor at Empirical Press. Nico, on the other hand, portrays Josh, an intense, blowzy and friendly tattoo artist who owns his studio. Paramount Network has yet to reveal the premiere date of the upcoming season 6.

Hilary gave birth to her daughter Banks Violet, her first child with singer/producer Matthew Koma, in October 2018. The former "Lizzie McGuire" star previously revealed that her 3-month-old baby daughter suffered from colic.

The actress turned to Instagram to ask her followers some advice on it. "Calling all parents of colic babies … this ends right?" she wrote alongside a picture of Banks in a red-patterned onesie.

According to the National Institutes of Health, colic affects up to 40 percent of babies. It's when any healthy baby who cries more than three hours a day for more than three days a week, for longer than three weeks.

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