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Meghan Markle Feels The ‘Embryonic Kicking Of Feminism’ On Women’s Day

by | March 9, 2019

The Duchess of Sussex started International Women’s Day by using her platform to empower young girls. Meghan Markle, who is heavily pregnant with her first child, due in April, joined a panel discussion on Friday that was hosted by The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust at King’s College in London. The Duchess of Sussex joined forces with Annie Lennox to mark International Women’s Day with a star-studded panel discussion.

Meghan Markle Feels The ‘Embryonic Kicking Of Feminism’ On Women’s Day

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Meghan Markle Feels The ‘Embryonic Kicking Of Feminism’ On Women’s Day

Meghan has always been a well-known feminist who spoke about the importance of gender equality and women’s rights. The panel included celebrities and activists such as; musician and activist Annie Lennox, model and activist Adwoa Aboah, former Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard, Let Us Learn founder Chrisann Jarrett and executive director of Campaign for Female Education, Angeline Murimirwa. Senior Editor of the Economist, Anne McElvoy, acted as chair for the panel.

Friday’s event was designed to bring together an empowering panel of female ‘thought-leaders’ and activists to talk about some of the obstacles faced by women in the world today, including access to education and limitations within employment.

During the panel discussion, Meghan Markle jokingly said that she could feel the ‘embryonic kick of feminism’ inside her. The Duchess had seen a documentary about feminism on Netflix and loved it. She hopes that’s the case, whatever she’s having, boy or girl.

The Duchess spoke to an audience packed with, students, opinion formers and young leaders. She said that it would be impossible for her to sit back and not do anything and that she’s very privileged to be able to travel to fifty-three Commonwealth countries and across the globe to promote global feminism, and equality for all.

Meghan Markle has always been a vocal advocate for women’s rights. The Duchess wrote an article about the stigma around menstrual health for Time magazine. She has worked with the United Nations to promote gender equality and has traveled to Rwanda as Global Ambassador for World Vision Canada, for the charity’s clean water campaign.

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