This Valentine’s, forget cliché gifts like flowers and roses.
The past 12 months have been a giant kick in the teeth for women – from the unearthing of the shocking gender pay gap statistics to the wave of sexual harassment and abuse allegations in recent months.
‘When you look at how most of our meat, our animal products, are raised, from a health standpoint, I didn’t feel that I should eat those things anymore’.
She has graced multiple magazine covers, walked in fashion shows around the world and boasts over 1.5 million Instagram followers. But still she struggles to be taken seriously in her industry.
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‘I worry for you girls’ Prince William has made mental health a priority in recent years, teaming up with his brother Prince Harry and wife Kate Middleton to form Heads Together, a charity not only tackling the effects of mental health but also the stigma around it.
Being Gwyneth, you’d be forgiven for assuming it was some sort of earth goddess serum or something only found in the depths of an organic boutique, but it’s actually pretty normal.
Meghan Markle has already been making quite the impression as the newest – and most relatable – member of the Royal Family.
She continued: ‘I remember Reese saying, “Oh God, this is just so upsetting.
Imagine a world where everyone can have the freedom to love.