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Everyone who participated in the Women’s March had a reason, and Olivia Wilde just shared hers. Early Tuesday morning, the actress posted a new pic of her 3-month-old daughter, Daisy. It was a rare treat, since she and Jason Sudeikis haven’t shared many snapshots of their family’s new addition. “My wonder woman,” Wilde gushed, hashtagging the snap #whyimarch. Daisy doesn’t seem all that interested in the photo shoot, staring not at the camera but instead at something far more compelling off to the side. Rocking a matching knit sweater and pants set, a cap with ears, and metallic shoes, she’s still definitely camera-ready.
A photo posted by Olivia Wilde (@oliviawilde) on Jan 30, 2017 at 10:32pm PST
Wilde has been an outspoken critic of President Trump and has used her Instagram roll to encourage others to join the fight against him and his policies. Her mission seemed to have an unofficial start when she shared a heartfelt tribute to Obama on the day of Trump’s inauguration.
She then traveled to Washington, D.C., where she joined a bevy of other celebrities (including Madonna) to participate in the Women’s March on the Capitol. In one, she gives the finger as she stands in a large crowd. “#tbt marching past The Trump Hotel in DC last weekend. And yes I stand by this gesture, especially when he casually passes an executive order that will prevent women in developing countries from having access to contraception, which will in turn cause more unsafe abortions and THOUSANDS of preventable deaths, and he truly does not give a s***. It’s a #waronwomen and it’s just beginning. #staynasty,” she explained.
She also documented her travels home. “Train ride back to NYC, still so high on the p**** power. This is just the beginning. #staynasty,” she urged. (It’s worth pointing out that in the shot Wilde sports a cap not too dissimilar from Daisy’s.)
Besides showing up at protests and flipping off Trump hotels, Wilde is encouraging fans and followers to take action, like writing to senators and joining the ACLU.
Back in the day, @obeygiant and I collaborated on this poster for the @aclu_nationwide. My sister was a lawyer for them for several years, and I saw firsthand how hard they work to protect the vulnerable and voiceless. I'm so proud to be a card carrying member, and I encourage you to do the same. #aclu
A photo posted by Olivia Wilde (@oliviawilde) on Jan 30, 2017 at 8:31am PST
No word yet on whether Daisy has her ACLU card yet, but something tells us that she will pretty soon.