On International Women's Day, Duchess Meghan wants a feminist royal baby

On International Women's Day, Duchess Meghan wants a feminist royal baby

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Following the announcement, Markle stepped out for a QCT panel discussion at King's College where she spoke in conjunction with fellow female changemakers Annie Lennox, model Adwoa Aboah, and former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, among others.

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"The Royal Family is forced to be monitoring their social media feeds 24/7 because of all of the racist hate that Meghan has been receiving".

Among the topics Meghan discussed with the panel include how men can be supportive allies and feminists, and how this helps gender equality. "She and Meghan are very close and it's all very amicable".

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Meghan Markle is losing her trusted aide Amy Pickerill.

She added: "It's amusing, I'd actually been joking these past few weeks I'd seen this documentary [the series Feminists - What Were They Thinking, featuring actress Lily Tomlin] on Netflix about feminism and one of the things they said during pregnancy was 'I feel the embryonic kicking of feminism'. For me that's my personal preference".

Meghan said: "If things are wrong and there is a lack of justice and an inequality, someone needs to say something - and why can't it be you?"

While it has been claimed that some key staff have given up their role working with the Duchess of Sussex amid claims she was hard to work for, it is understood Ms Pickerill's departure is on good terms. Our little bump. So whether baby Sussex is a boy or a girl, the little royal will always be their "little bump". "We have a responsibility as well, that if you're part of social media and engaging in that way, we're not just giving people more things to chat about but actually something to do".

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