The legendary star of The Beatles, Paul McCartney’s lovely daughter and famous activist, Stella McCartney was recently interviewed by NBC’s ‘Today’ and revealed the latest news about her own foundation movement, ‘Stella McCartney Cares Foundation.’
As you might check out the conversation right below, Stella revealed how losing her mother to cancer effected her life.
Here are the statements of Stella, transcribed by Alternative Nation.
NBC’s Today asked:
“You’re doing another thing that I think is really cool. You’re just announcing a compression bra for women who have had a mastectomy.
It’s personal to you, you’ve lost your mother to breast cancer. Why was this important to you?”
Stella McCartney answered:
“Exactly for that reason. I was with a friend of mine a few years ago and she just had a double mastectomy. It just took me back to what my mother went through and the double mastectomy is so demoralizing and unfeminine.
So I thought that you are going through all of that and can’t feel feminine or sexy and celebrate your body still.
So I designed a double mastectomy bra with organic cotton and my aim really with the Stella McCartney Cares Foundations is to give everyone who has had a double mastectomy one for free. So we are doing good, we are doing good on it.”
You can watch the whole conversation below.
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