Meghan Markle Feels Baby's 'Embryonic Kicking Of Feminism' On International Women's Day

Meghan Markle Stays Off Twitter Because It’s “Safer” And Yeah Same TBH

Meghan Markle Stays Off Twitter Because It’s “Safer” And Yeah Same TBH

The announcement was made on International Women's Day before the royal took part in a panel discussion on female empowerment.

The Duchess of Sussex is greeted by Lord Geidt, former Private Secretary to Queen Elizabeth II and The Queen's Commonwealth Trust chairman, as she arrives for a panel discussion convened by The Queen's Commonwealth Trust to mark International Women's Day at King's College in London. It is much safer this way, but equally, that is just my own personal preference, because I believe positive or negative, it can all just feel like noise to a certain extent, as opposed to getting muddled with that to focus on the real cause'.

'No, sorry no. For me that's my personal preference, ' the expecting Duchess replied.

'So for me, I think the idea of making the word feminism trendy, that does not make any sense to me personally, right?

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"It's amusing, I've actually been joking the last few weeks", the Duchess of Sussex responded. Things like that, that are really talking about how the role of women is really shifting and changing. "If there's injustice and a lack of inequality someone needs to say something - and why not you?" she asked, adding, "We must be global feminists and include men and boys".

The Duchess of Sussex delivered the ideal line about her baby to fit the occasion Friday.

"I love that. So boy or girl or whatever it is, we hope that that's the case, with our little bump".

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