Real Housewives Join In Women’s March In D.C.

Hundreds of thousands of women stepped out on Saturday to march for women’s rights and among some of those were Real Housewives stars Carole Radziwill and Dorinda Medley. That’s right, Dorinda and Carole said goodbye to New York and headed to D.C. to take part in the rallies.

“I was humbled to be a part of the biggest protest march to ever assemble in the history of our country,” Carole wrote on her Instagram.

Proud to stand in a sea of pink. #womensmarch #DC @Dorindamedley 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

A photo posted by Carole Radziwill (@caroleradziwill) on

Kathy and Rich Wakile also posted a selfie at the Inauguration.

Photo Credit: Bravo

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I marched in Madison, Wisconsin.

I have friends to went to Washington. So proud of them. I need knee surgery and was unable to go, but cheered in front of my T.V set!

I had a bus ticket for Washington…. 15 hours to get there… so opted for Madison

I would have done the same. There was a march in Wilmington, N.C, where I live and over 1000 folks participated. Proud to be a “Nasty” woman.

truly amazed that women in many countries participated. Between 75,000 and 100,000 in Madison…..

If I had been physically able I would have gone too.

It was truly wonderful. It took me back to my youth in the 60’s when my political consciousness was awakened. We just have to carry it through till we can vote once again in 2 more years. Women rocked this weekend, we really did! 🙂

yes… the sixties…. I embraced that time period…. and had a riot!!!

Like a riot as in a really good time? Hope so. 🙂

yes…. I took full advantage of what the sixties offered…… lol..

Awe, to be young, care free and up for anything with no fear again….sigh..I had a great time to……If only you could see my face now. The sweetest smile ever!

A group from my Church had looked into marching and were told that this was not the march for them. Apparently Catholic, pro-life women were not welcomed. It’s sad that all women can’t come together for a common good.

I tried to reply below, but disqus had an error. I didn’t take anything rude or disrespectful from your comment here, I think it is admirable and brave that you marched for whatever it was you are passionate about. I very much enjoy reading you, and I really like this blog. The only thing I have a problem with is the occasional bashing of other posters, just people coming in saying stupid insulting remarks or telling others they are morons for their opinion. It is unusual for there to be any political article here, but being the HW were there… Read more »

Excellent representation


Usually politics don’t come here, but since it did, I would have liked to see the same outrage at Clinton’s use of the Oval Office, even the memorialized John F. Kennedy was a womanizer. I used to have debates with Nana about why it as we couldn’t have a GOOD MAN as President during one such scandal. She said no man is always good, and we all have flaws. She also said one must have b***s of steel to even run for President, so the ego charges are debunked. One must have a superior confidence in oneself to think they… Read more »

Sorry 3D- but I really wasn’t trying to be political and also would not bash either party on these sites… it’s good for the country to have different opinions – and the extremists on each side of the rope help bring us to somewhere in the middle…..

This weekend wasn’t about one issue or cause, it was about women standing together on many that effect our lives and letting our voices be heard and taken seriously. But I also don’t want any bad feelings here as well. 🙂

I googled the marches, and they all seemed to have a different feeling as I read the articles. Some were vulgar, but mostly they were women speaking up for what they believe. Always an important thing IMO. There are so many parts to opinions on these things, too. All of us have likely had some personal experience somewhere in the breadth of women’s rights. I believe that a person would have to have b**ls or ov****s of steel to even run for President. Having also a big ego and a lot of self confidence to the point of arrogance seems… Read more »

It really wasn’t about women standing together when pro-life women were told they were not welcome.

3D’s…. I’m pro choice but there are limits and lines that should not be crossed …. in my opinion… I agree with you – I don’t want Roe vs Wade overturned… and I also agree there should not be any late term abortions… but I don’t think that happens too often – not as often as they want you to believe. I also asked that question several times regarding why we can’t come up with someone honorable to be President ….. we weren’t given any good choices this time around…. lol – not use to politics on this site but… Read more »

also… I’ve never met any of you on this site but still feel a good connection and we all seem to be so much more respectful of each other than the folks on fb…

I have no problem with anybody’s political stance, none, no mater what their reason, because it’s theirs and everyone has the right to have it. With that being said, the ONLY thing I do have a problem with in expressing those beliefs, is in being disrespectful, radically judgmental and evilizing another for their opinion. When are we as a society, as friends, as family units going to get it that visceral hatred and fear based reactions towards anothers’ beliefs is never going to bring us closer to what should matter to us the most, a peaceful calmer nation that can… Read more »

No you’re not insane. It’s a sign of sanity and I’m hoping for it too.

I love that stance on the right way. That said it all. oxox