Claire Holt’s Empowering Message to Women
Claire Holt is a 31-year-old Australian actress. Her famous role is of playing Rebekah Michaelson in the fiction series The Vampire Diaries and its spin-off, The Originals. For her acting career, she settled down in the US and got citizenship in 2019. But the reason is not ‘acting’ alone. Claire Holt got married to a real estate executive Andrew Joblon in 2018. And in 2019 their son James was born.
Claire Holt supporting women for all the right reasons
As we all know International Women’s Day was celebrated all over the world on March 8, 2020. Many celebrities shared their opinions on the on-going debate on women’s rights. While some paid tribute to the women they admire and idealize. Claire Holt also showed her thoughts on the matter in a rather unique way. Well, she’s right! Men can never imagine or pull the feat of pregnancy. It is the superpower gifted to women only and she is proud of it.
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I was going to post something sentimental about all the amazing women in my life but actually I’m just gonna throw out the facts – we’ve all seen how men handle colds and there’s absolutely no way the human race would go on if they had to deal with pregnancy and childbirth. Women are BADASS. #internationalwomensday
Throughout her pregnancy, Claire Holt has been sharing her journey with her followers. Under her posts, you can see an atmosphere of women supporting each other. No one must go through this difficult yet blessed phase of life alone. If women won’t support each other, who will then?
In the past, she has also partnered with Ava Women to raise awareness of fertility struggles and to normalize women’s health problems. Wearing the Ava bracelet at night helps you with insight about your cycle, fertility, and pregnancy. With the brand, she also empowered women to speak about miscarriage. One out of every four women goes through a miscarriage. And having vital information that can help you with conception is of utmost importance. Claire Holt has been using her platform to support women around her for which we are proud.