People all over the world came out in full force for the 2018 Women's March on Saturday, January 20. Among the crowds in cities across the globe were dozens of familiar faces.
Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute showed some major girl power in Los Angeles this weekend. "I know I don’t always get it right, but I’m so proud of what women are accomplishing and pride myself on being a strong woman," Stassi captioned a photo of herself at the march. "By standing together we are allowing all to feel the deserved freedom to speak our truths."
Kristen also shared an inspiring message on Instagram. “Behind every successful woman is a tribe of other successful women who have her back,” she captioned a photo of herself and Stassi at the Women's March in L.A.
Over on the East Coast, Padma Lakshmi, who took part in the Women's March in Washington, D.C. last year, hit the New York City streets this time around. "The energy is amazing!" the Top Chef host and judge captioned a pic of herself giving an impassioned speech at the event. "It’s a beautiful day to march for equality!!"
Dorinda Medley also marched last year with Carole Radziwill in Washington, D.C., as we saw last season of The Real Housewives of New York City. Though Dorinda wasn't able to take part in the Women's March this year, she still showed her support for the cause on Instagram. "Wish I could be part of the Women’s March. So important to support each other and empower one another to be the best we can be!" she wrote. "So proud of everyone participating #forthegirls."
RHONY alum Kelly Killoren Bensimon took in "the strength and power of NYC" at the Women's March with her daughter Teddy Bensimon.
Many other famous faces showed their support for the Women's March across the country Saturday. Stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Cameron Diaz, Adele, Viola Davis, Natalie Portman, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Zoe Saldana, Drew Barrymore, Amy Schumer, Zoe Kravitz, Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson, and Lupita Nyong'o all came out to fight for the rights of all women.
Watch Jane Fonda, who spoke at the Women's March at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on Saturday, give her thoughts on the Time's Up movement, below.