Meghan Markle may have just confirmed that her husband, Prince Harry, is really a feminist.

During last week’s event for International Women’s Day, the Duchess of Sussex had the opportunity to discuss feminism. Someone asked the “Suits” alum what people can do about men and boys behaving like feminism is only a subject for women and she gave a wonderful answer.

“I’ve said for a long time, you can be feminine and a feminist. You can be masculine and a feminist, and I think in terms of masculinity you understand that your strength includes knowing your vulnerability,” she said.

Following her lengthy speech about the matter, Markle gave a sweet nod to Prince Harry.

“So I hope that men are part of that conversation. My husband certainly is!” she said, before giggling.

The Duchess of Sussex also revealed that she wants her baby to be a feminist. She said that she previously watched a documentary wherein a pregnant woman said she felt the embryonic kicking of feminism. Markle said that she loved the meaning behind the statement and wants that same thing for her baby regardless if it’s a boy or a girl.

Markle and Prince Harry will welcome their firstborn in the spring. But the sex of their baby has not yet been revealed. Aside from this, Markle’s birthing plan also has not been confirmed.

Val Wilcox, an antenatal teacher at the National Childbirth Trust (NCT), said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex need to choose a birthing plan that will suit them best. They shouldn’t also worry about what other people would say as long as they are happy and comfortable with their decision.

The choice of where to give birth is purely personal preference, but Wilcox suggested that Markle and Prince Harry should have more than one option.

“If you give birth using any pain relief at all and that works for you – fantastic. Or if someone else gives birth having had an epidural and quite a lot of medical intervention, if they’re happy with that experience, that’s good for them,” she told Express.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are both feminists. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle attend a reception to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the investiture of the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace on March 5, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Dominic Lipinski-WPA Pool