Both Kim Kardashian and Hillary Clinton were forced to endure a period of time in which they couldn't give an interview without being forced to talk about Donald Trump.
We imagine every day felt like an awkward Thanksgiving with the added pressure of knowing that if you say the wrong thing, you might find yourself quoted in ten million clickbait headlines.
Thankfully, the trend of journalists grilling two of the world's most famous women like they just got back from a date with the Donald seems to be subsiding.
Now, the focus is on Hillary and Kim -- their accomplishments, their visions for the future, and their efforts to make the world a better place.
Just kidding -- now they're being asked about Meghan Markle, but that's gotta be a welcome change of pace.
As you've likely heard, Meghan has been treated unfairly by the British press.
You might be inclined to point out that the relationship between the Royals and the UK media has always been a tense one.
To which we say -- you're right.
Indeed, the Windsors are used to being slandered by the tabloids -- so when they say the current situation is unendurable, you know they're not just being thin-skinned.
Earlier this month, Prince Harry blasted the press for its egregious mistreatment of Meghan.
And now, the Duchess of Sussex has gained two powerful allies from her home country:
“I do want to say that the way she’s been treated is inexplicable,” Hillary told The Sunday Times of London.
“If the explanation is that she’s biracial, then shame on everybody,” Clinton said, adding that she believes race is “certainly part of” the abuse.
“She proudly had a career first and has a voice that she thankfully continues to use,” Chelsea Clinton added.
“Anyone who has the temerity to break the mold of what has previously been established and expected often, unfortunately, receives criticism and bile that I don’t understand.”
Kim was asked a similar line of questions by The Daily Mail, but interestingly, the paper chose to focus on the recent controversy of Meghan and Harry traveling in private jets, a tendency that many feel is at odds with the couple's conservation efforts.
(Seems that as the mother of biracial children, Kim might have some interesting thoughts n being biracial in the spotlight, but we digress ...)
"I think that everyone makes their own choices and decisions," said Mrs. Kardashian-West.
"And I think that, like I said, no one's gonna be perfect. I'm not, they’re not. I don't know who is."
"I still love and value the fact they bring such attention to such important movements that need to happen and things that they're really passionate about cause they're still changing the world."
So whose support is more valuable to Meg?
Tough to say.
Obviously, Hillary is more accomplished, but globally, Kim is more famous.
We just know that if Michelle Obama and Beyonce get in on this then bullying Meghan might soon be punishable by death. As it should be.