The expectant 33-year-old actress wore an oversize, light-gray sweatshirt that showed off her pregnant belly, along with a bright pink Planned Parenthood knit cap. (Tamblyn even matched her nail polish color to the cap!)
The 127 Hours actress’ first stop was Washington, D.C., where she met up with Ferrera, 32, who was a chair for the Women’s March on Washington. “Sister for life. For real. Forever,” she captioned a selfie of the pair snuggling up to each other, using the hashtag “#womensmarch.”
In D.C., Tamblyn also caught up with Amy Schumer and her crew, who all wore bright orange NASA-inspired space suits. The Washington march, which drew nearly half a million attendees, also included such A-list supporters as Madonna, Alicia Keys, Ashley Judd and Janelle Monae.
After showing her support in D.C., Tamblyn continued on her way up to New York City, where she reunited with Lively, 29, amid huge crowds of protesters marching toward Trump Tower.
“Sister #2 located in NYC march! #womensmarchnyc,” she captioned a selfie of the pair. Signs bearing anti-Trump messages and calls for equality and action can be seen behind them.
Tamblyn, who announced her first pregnancy with husband David Cross in October, has been vocal in her disdain for the new president, and even revealed a highly personal story about a past sexual assault via an Instagram post in October.
The actress later explained that she decided to share her horrifying story in response to Trump’s lewd 2005 conversation with former Access Hollywood host Billy Bush.
"That part of my body, which the current Presidential Nominee of the United States Donald Trump recently described as something he'd like to grab a woman by, was bruised from my ex-boyfriend's violence for at least the next week," Tamblyn wrote. "I had a hard time wearing jeans. I couldn’t sleep without a pillow between my legs to create space."
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