Demonstrators gathered in cities including London and Cardiff to protest against the new President of the United States.
Charlotte Church joined the march against President Trump in Cardiff, Wales, with a bizarre sign as she walked alongside demonstrators in Cardiff.
Her placard saying "I didn't come from your rib, you came from my vagina", appeared to dismiss the Bible's story of how Eve was created from Adam's rib bone.
The singer, who made her millions from singing classical and sacred songs on albums including 'Voice of an Angel', grinned as she marched through the Welsh capital with thousands of other protesters.
She was also brought up a Roman Catholic and attended The Cathedral School, Llandaff, Wales, as a child.
The singer reportedly turned down an invite to perform at the President’s inauguration and has joined protesters instead.
Charlotte Church marches with anti-Trump protesters
The rallies match many marches which have taken place across the globe following Donald Trump becoming the 45th President of the United States.
The billionaire’s inauguration yesterday was seen all over the world sparking protests and riots in America and the UK.
Protests today have also kicked off in Australia, New Zealand, India, Germany, Holland and Belgium.
Organisers aim to march in solidarity with the Women’s March in Washington, as they highlight women’s rights which they believe to be under threat from the new US administration.
A protest took place on Friday night against Mr Trump at London’s US embassy as violence spilled out.
The London march will begin outside the US embassy before it finishes at Trafalgar Square.
Supporters have claimed that the march will cover concerns over issues including racial and gender equality, affordable healthcare, abortion and voting rights.
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In the UK demonstrations are scheduled to take place in Belfast, Cardiff, Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester, as well as many more.
In the footage the Women’s March outside the US Embassy can be seen starting as people stand with hand made signs.
Protesters prepare to march against President Trump
PROTESTS at Trump's Inauguration Day
Fri, January 20, 2017
Protestors were chased through the streets of Washington as violent scenes broke out close to the Donald Trump inauguration in Washington.
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Police and demonstrators clash in downtown Washington after a limo was set on fire.
On Friday President Trump spoke at his inauguration in which he spoke to the American people vowing to succeed for them.
He said: “Today’s ceremony has very special meaning. We are not just transferring power from one party to another.
“We are transferring power from Washington DC and giving it back to you, the people.
“We will face challenges, we will confront hardships, but we will get the job done.”
Trump protest begins in London as thousands of people are expected to join the march
Trump protesters in Bristol who were marching against the US President
It has been reported that around 700 marches are planned on Saturday across the globe.
Demonstrations have already taken place in Austraia, New Zealand and Japan against the new President of America.
In Sydney in Australia thousands of protesters took to the streets with banners and placards as pro-Trump supporters flew a plane over the demonstration to spell out the President’s name in the sky.
Prime Minister Theresa May has supported a special relationship between the UK and the US as talks of a quick trade deal have been planned as Britain prepares to leave the European Union.