It's finally Friday! It's also nearly the one-year anniversary of Trump's inauguration and the 2017 Women's March – two vastly different events. Trump will be celebrating his anniversary with a swanky AF dinner, while women (and men!) across the country plan to get out and protest all weekend long for the 2018 Women's March (more on that below!).
The weekend's going to be packed for sure, so without further ado, read on for everything you need to know on Friday, Jan. 19:
Kim K + Kanye West
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's third child was born on Jan. 15 and now, four days later, we finally know the name. Kim K revealed the name of her baby on her app: Chicago West. Nicknamed "Chi" (pronounced "shy"), this newborn is already getting more buzz than most of us will in our lifetime. Although the name is a sweet tribute to Kanye, who grew up in Chicago, fans are not quite sure they love the name choice.
ICYMI: You need to see Chrissy Teigen's response to Kim K's clapback at Lamar Odom. Trust me.
Meghan Markle + Prince Harry
We're four months away from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding, and the couple is wasting no time making plans. It was announced today that Meghan Markle has reportedly chosen her wedding dress designer, so we're one step closer to finding out what dress she'll choose. The designer has not yet been announced, but Markle allegedly tried on a number of gowns and started to narrow down her choices.
TBR: Obsessed with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry? Then you have to read these 9 books ASAP.
Harry Potter + First Edition
A Harry Potter first edition worth over $55,000 (!!) was stolen in a massive rare book heist earlier this week. Thieves broke into a warehouse and in less than 30 minutes they were out with a number of valuable books – including a hardback first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Here's hoping the books are found and returned ASAP!
LOL: Twitter is convinced Millie Bobby Brown and young Natalie Portman are twins and these photos are proof.
Women's March + 2018
This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the Women's March and, of course, there are a number of events planned. Marches are planned around the country and globe on Jan. 20, and Women's March organizers have arranged "Power to the Polls", a massive voter registration event for Sunday, Jan. 21. Can't attend any of the planned events? Here are seven other ways to get involved.
Inspo: These 13 last-minute Women's March sign ideas are powerful and will leave an impression.
What to Watch: Season 4 of Grace & Frankie is now streaming on Netflix. If you're not watching, you're seriously missing out!