It's been over two decades since she spread the Girl Power message with her Spice Girls bandmates. So it's no wonder Victoria Beckham showed her support to the Women's March, an international campaign which took place on the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency. The 42-year-old took to her social media pages on Saturday to share a beautiful picture of herself sharing a sweet embrace with her daughter Harper.
In the caption, she simply wrote: "Proud to support women everywhere today #womensupportingwomen #womensmarchlondon x VB." The snap sees Victoria kneeling down on her knees to give five-year-old Harper a warm hug, whilst keeping her eyes closed.
The mother-of-four, who was appointed UNAIDS International Goodwill Ambassador in 2014, has been pretty vocal about her views on feminism in the past. "I'm going to speak on behalf of the incredible women and the incredible charities who are working so desperately hard in these countries," she said at the time at a United Nations conference. "I'm going to lend my voice to them because for some reason people listen to me. I need to use what I have to make a difference."
Madonna and Amy Schumer took part in the Women's March on Saturday
Over the weekend, the likes of Katy Perry and Emma Watson participated in events across the US where they rallied to promote civil and human rights in protest of Donald's presidency. Madonna took to her Instagram to share various pictures from the march, including one of herself posing with Amy Schumer. "With My Girl Amy at the Women's March in D.C. We Go Hard or We Go Home," she said.
Chelsea Handler, Maria Bello and Charlize Theron were happy to lead the Women's March at the Sundance Film Festival on Main Street in Park City, Utah. They were pictured holding banners, surrounded by women alike. Singer Cher was also seen marching in Washington D.C. The star tweeted: "On way 2D.C. March There r Marches ALL OVER THE WORLD After March we will Join Organizations!! WE WONT SIT & BE NOTHING!! #WhyIMarch #WomensMarch."