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Meghan Markle is continuing to raise awareness around the importance of this year’s presidential election—and this time, feminist icon Gloria Steinem joined the duchess in spreading the word.
In a new black-and-white clip shared via the MAKERS Women Instagram account, the Duchess of Sussex and Steinem casually sit down and chat about the need for women to show up to the polls this year—and every election year.
For the conversation, Meghan wore a breezy ensemble, complete with pinstripe linen pants, a simple white T-shirt and a wide-brim summer hat while Steinem looked elegant in a black long-sleeve top, matching trousers, and aviator glasses. Meghan and Prince Harry’s dogs—Guy and Pula—made an adorable cameo towards the end of the clip as well.
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“Meg, welcome home,” Steinem begins the conversation. “I’m so glad that you’re home.”
“Thank you,” responds the duchess. “Me too, for so many reasons.”
The remainder of the clip teased the pair’s conversation, including Meghan recognizing the work that Steinem and countless other women contributed to the feminist movement and how women today can continue their efforts by showing up at the polls.
“People forget how hard women like you and so many others before you fought for us to just be where we are right now,” Meghan tells Steinem during their chat. The activist firmly responds, “If you don’t vote, you don’t exist.”
The duchess and Steinem’s full chat is expected to debut tomorrow, via the MAKERS Women Instagram. Their discussion follows Meghan’s appearance during the When All Women Vote Virtual Couch Party, where she echoed a similar sentiment, stating, “If you don’t vote, then you’re complicit. We can make the difference in this election and we will make the difference in this election.”
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