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Selena Gomez is marking International Women’s Day with a heartfelt message to her younger self


Selena Gomez celebrates International Women’s Day with the rest of the world. The 30-year-old pop star has always been vocal about spreading kindness and being mindful of one’s own and others’ mental health, and this time was no different. Read on for Selena’s message on the special day.

Selena Gomez wishes Happy International Women’s Day

Earlier today, Selena took to her Instagram space and shared a throwback photo from her childhood, showing her younger self. Along with the adorable photo, the rare singer wrote a candid caption addressing herself in the past. She advised her younger version not to be afraid to ask for help.

Following on with the comment, she added that this International Women’s Day, she wants everyone to be kind to themselves. She asked her followers to write “#Rarereminder” for their young selves and stick it on their mirrors so that it would always remind them that they deserve the world. The Only Murders in the Building alum ended the caption with “I love you”.

As soon as she shared the photo, she was flooded with likes and comments from fans and followers. Check out what they said below.

Fans react to Selena Gomez’s Women’s Day post

Friends, followers, and fans took to Selena Gomez’s Instagram post and sent in their thoughts, too. “I love you Selena Gomez, I feel like you have shaped my entire adult life and I hope this message reaches you before you are an inspiration to both my childhood and my adult life,” one follower wrote. A second user’s comment read, “Sili, you are so strong and beautiful, keep going and don’t mind the envious words.” Another fan commented, “
I love you Selena, you are really cool and healthy (red heart emoj, God bless you.”

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.