Kendall Jenner Wishes She Could Have Attended the Women's March, Says She's 'Beyond Proud' To Have Witnessed H
By Chris Azzopardi
Even if Kendall Jenner couldn't get in formation with human rights demonstrators during Women's March, held in cities worldwide on Saturday, she's not letting that stop her from preaching about the importance of sisterhood.
The 21-year-old model posted a protest sign to her Instagram on Sunday morning to show solidarity with the millions of protesters who took a stand against President Donald Trump and his administration's discriminatory rhetoric.
"I wish I could have been a part of this amazing history," she wrote. "Beyond proud."
Jenner's defiant IG image features a street swarming with marchers, holding signs that declare, "We will not be voted into the closet" and "Love trumps hate." Another includes a pro-feminism proclamation: "To all the little girls watching right now: Never doubt that you are valuable & powerful & deserving of every chance in the world."
Jenner's sister, Kim Kardashian, shared the same photo to her Instagram, praising the marchers. "So proud of the women & men who stood up for what is right & are determined to make this world a better place for our children," she captioned the photo. "Here's to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them."
Marches were staged all across the world on Saturday, including in major cities such as Washington D.C., New York City, Paris, London, Tokyo and Dubai. Numerous big-name celebs, including Katy Perry, Drew Barrymore and Charlize Theron, turned up for the historical event. Watch the video below for more.