Sophie Wessex health: Royal opens up about her 'tricky' menopause – key symptoms


Sophie described the disconnect that exists between going through the change and how society often perceives it.

“Really we should be celebrating the fact that we don’t have to have periods anymore – it should be a liberation, but it feels like a shackle,” Sophie told Sarah.

“It’s described as something incredibly negative.

“One, yes, it’s an admittance of the fact that yes, we’re getting a bit older, we’re not as young as we were before, we’re not being, you know, to use the word ‘productive’, we are past that stage, and it’s quite a moment to admit it.”

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