On International Womens Day, mom-to-be Amal Clooney headed to the United Nations in New York City, showing off her baby bump in a dark gray pencil skirt and matching cropped blazer.
Photo: Courtesy Michael Kors, who was recently named a United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) Global Ambassador Against Hunger for his ongoing efforts in philanthropy, has announced that actress Kate Hudson will be joining him on his mission to feed hungry children. The two longtime friends, who attended the 2015 Met Gala together and once physically collided in an airport, are pairing up in support of Watch Hunger Stop, a charitable campaign launched by Kors in 2013 in partnership with the WFP: Each time someone purchases one of the designer’s 100 Series watches, 100 needy children receive a healthy meal from WFP’s School Meals Program. Said Hudson, “As a mother, I can’t think of anything more important than raising a healthy and educated generation of children, and WFP’s School Meals Program is committed to exactly that. Further promoting the Watch Hunger Stop campaign with the release of two limited-edition styles of the Michael Kors Bradshaw watch (as worn by Hudson and Kors, above) in October — the sales of which will also provide food to needy kids the world over.