Here’s How Stars Are Celebrating International Women’s Day

March 8th marks International Women’s Day, and you know what that means… celebrities are out in full force to show their support, and celebrate all over the world.

It’s hard to capture all the stars out there who are honoring girl power, sisterhood and women’s rights, but we’ve rounded up a group of famous folks who used their platforms to shout out the big day.

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, spoke on a panel of activists, and she even received a new title – Vice President of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust.

Common sent “much love!” to the incredible women in the world and the inspiring women in his life.

Octavia Spencer shared a cute graphic via Jennifer Garner, saying, “May we stand shoulder to shoulder and continue to lift each other up.”

David Beckham shouted out his wife Victoria and their daughter. “I’m so blessed to have these amazing women in my life, they inspire me every single day.”

“This Is Us” star Susan Kelechi Watson shared the message: “Women Are Power.”

Ariana Grande noted that “every day is international women’s day.”

Michael B. Jordan showed his support, calling women “majestic.”

Former President Barack Obama reflected on the future he wants for his daughters.

The ladies of “The Real” came through with the positive vibes and celebratory words!


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