Hillary and Chelsea Clinton were in conversation at the TIFF Bell Lightbox about docuseries on AppleTV+ boldWhich sees the former Secretary of State and her daughter talking to leading artists, activists, and leaders.
Conversational moderator Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, immediately raised Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8 at the age of 96.
“It’s been a pleasure and a privilege to meet her several times,” Clinton said of the late monarch, whom she described as “attractive and inquisitive,” before adding, “She wanted to know about you. She rarely expressed her opinions – it was not part of her royal duties – but she was Too quick to inquire what you were thinking.”
Trudeau asked Hillary what question she would ask the Queen if she had the opportunity. “I’d like [ask] She is, “Where did you find persistence?” Clinton said. “The three of us know it’s stressful when you’re in the public eye.”
Some of the women who appeared in bold It includes Megan Thee Stallion, Kim Kardashian, Wanda Sykes and Gloria Steinem as well as several “unsung heroes” according to the series description.
In the wide-ranging conversation, the Clintons touched on topics including the state of American politics, climate change, book bans, and motherhood. A topic that Clinton Elder was particularly passionate about was how technology affects young people.
“We are doing a huge experiment on our children using technology,” she said. “I think technology companies are failing our children. I think adults are failing our children.” Clinton added, “I’m always amazed that the giants of Silicon Valley don’t allow their kids to have screen time. These are the people who created the algorithms that have captured our kids’ minds.”
On a lighter note, Chelsea prompted her mother to talk about Bathing in the Woods, in which he appeared bold It is a practice that began in Japan and involves the use of nature for psychological and physiological benefits.
“After the disaster of the 2016 election, the next day I went out into the woods for a walk,” Clinton said of her presidential race against Donald Trump. As soon as Clinton finished the tale, someone in the audience shouted out on stage, “We’re still so proud of you, Hillary!” Clinton replied, “Thanks, me too.”
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