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Aussie celebrity ladies join fight against Donald Trump

THE number of women marching against US President Donald Trump exploded into the millions on the weekend and Australians were not immune from the anger that swept all over the globe.

Australian celebrities including Today Show host Lisa Wilkinson, Lara Worthington (nee Bingle), Zoe Foster Blake, Nicole Trunfio, and Mia Freedman have each hit social media to fight what they consider to be the good fight.

Supermodel Australian Nicole Trunfio is one of the few on this list actually in the midst of the fray.

She showed off a photo of her with a placard demanding human rights, taking at the Women's March in Texas.
 

Women's March today in #austin #stayawake ✌🏼✌🏼✌🏼@womensmarch

A photo posted by Nicole Trunfio (@nictrunfio) on

 

Ms Worthington posted a blurry, black and white image of suffragettes with the hashtags "womensmarch" and "womensrights".

Ms Wilkinson also showed her solidarity with the worldwide movement, as did Mamamia founder Mia Freedman, who watched the protests unfold on her iPad.

 

#womensmarch #womensrights

A photo posted by Lara Worthington (@laraworthington) on

 

#womensmarch

A photo posted by Lisa Wilkinson (@lisa_wilkinson) on

 

A photo posted by Mia Freedman (@miafreedman) on

 

Up to 10,000 joined the woman's march in Sydney.

In the United States, attendance at the protests eclipsed the number of those attending Mr Trump's inauguration.

 

Pauline Hanson questions the actions of those in the Women's March against US President Donald Trump
Pauline Hanson questions the actions of those in the Women's March against US President Donald Trump

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