She might not be the real First Lady, but Hilaria Baldwin still had heartwarming advice.
The fitness guru, whose husband Alec has been playing President-elect Donald Trump on “Saturday Night Live” this season, wrote an inspirational letter to her 3-year-old daughter Carmen Gabriela just days after the election.
“Never listen to anyone belittle you for your gender. We are strong women and worth every bit as much as any man. We are not things to be owned or objectified,” she wrote. “There is nothing wrong with feeling beautiful – just understand that true beauty is transmitted from deep inside your soul and shines outward.”
Baldwin, 32, continued that Carmen shouldn’t believe the misogynistic thoughts that are suddenly so prevalent in the country, but instead should focus on the attention of people who respect her.
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“Don’t feel power in their meaningless thoughts and idiotic statements. Sometimes this is how some figure out their demons. Those who treat others this way most likely had something terrible happen to them. We must show compassion for their pain, while, at the same time, protect ourselves,” she wrote to her daughter.
“Always be kind, confident. Just nod and walk in the other direction – towards true power, happiness, and grace. Waste no energy. Own your amazingness … stick together with those who see you and treat you brilliantly.”
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