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Hillary Clinton, shares, Meghan Markle’s quote about the awareness to be in the middle of Megxit news

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Hillary Clinton shared a quote by Meghan Markle on women’s empowerment, as the Duchess of Sussex, england, to navigate her life post-“Megxit.”

The former minister of foreign affairs, shared a message on her Instagram on Thursday recommended citation Markle, about women finding their respective voices.

“Women don’t need to find a voice. They do have a voice,” the quote reads. “They need to feel empowered to use it, and people should be encouraged to listen to them.”

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According to People, the Duchess of Sussex, was the line at the beginning of 2018 at the Royal Foundation of the Forum, which was also attended by Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton.

“I hear that a lot of people are talking about girls’ empowerment and women’s empowerment ‘ do you hear the people say that they are helping women to find their voice,” Markle said at the event. “I just fundamentally disagree with these women, because they do not need to find their voice, and they need to be able to use it, and people should be encouraged to listen to them.”

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She added, “now, with so many campaigns, like MeToo, and the period of Time, there is no better time to continue to shine a light on women’s power, and the people who support them.”

Clinton’s post-coming weeks after that, Markle, and Prince Harry is working on a deal with the queen, but she is moving to North America as a part-time, and the abandonment of “royal highness” titles, and a life of financial independence from the crown.

Clinton discussed Markle’s life was in the spotlight of the british media.

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“I got a great deal of sense in the direction of her and all over her, for it is one thing to hear about what it’s going to be like when you step on the biggest stage, the brightest spotlight, is the joining of the royal family, and was the president of one of the first women of the family in this country, but it is still really hard to believe,” Clinton told the BBC Radio while promoting her book, “Cool Women” in the month of November. “It takes some getting used to, to have your every move scrutinized and analyzed, and to be honest, the things that are made, and I wish her and her husband the very best as they struggle to live a life of meaning and integrity in their own terms and conditions.”

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