The Bustle Huddle: What Bustle's Editors Are Talking About On Mar. 6

Was anybody really ready for it to be Monday already? This weekend felt like it flew by, and the start of the workweek came way too fast. But alas, here we are, and boy, is this week shaping up to be a crazy one. Between the new immigration order to Chrissy Teigen's revealing personal essay (more on both subjects later), it looks like we're in for a pretty news-filled couple of days.

So, without further ado, here's what to know about the news and events that had Bustle's editors talking today, Mar. 6:

President Trump + A New Travel Ban

On Monday morning, Trump signed a new executive order on immigration, which now temporarily restricts travel to the U.S. for residents of six majority Muslim nations, rather than the original seven (Iraq is now off the list). Additionally, the order takes away the earlier version's extra restrictions on Syrian refugees. Unsurprisingly, many people are criticizing the new ban, including Bernie Sanders, who called it "a racist and anti-Islamic attempt to divide us up."

Quote Of The Day: "If the ban were announced with a one week notice, the 'bad' would rush into our country during that week. A lot of bad 'dudes' out there!" — Trump, in January. This new ban was announced with 10-days notice. OK, then.

Chrissy Teigen + A Brave New Essay

In a moving essay for Glamour, model, author, and Twitter queen Chrissy Teigen revealed that she's suffering from postpartum depression. After going without a diagnosis for months, Teigen is now undergoing treatment, and is speaking out to share her story and spread awareness about the stigmatized condition. Bravo, Chrissy.

#RHONY Update: Heads up: the Real Housewives of New York Season 9 trailer is here, and it gets real about the election.

Love Actually + New Photos

Who else is freaking out about that upcoming Love, Actually mini-sequel?! Fans of the beloved holiday movie who can't wait for the Red Nose Day reunion special will be even more excited after seeing these new Love Actually sequel photos, featuring Hugh Grant and Martine McCutcheon, aka Prime Minister David and Natalie. So cute, you guys.

Save The Date: A La La Land live concert is coming to L.A. in late May, but tickets go on sale on Mar. 10. Don't miss out if you want to live that Ryan-Emma experience for real.

Women's Health + What You Know

It couldn't be more important for women to be informed about their bodies and keep track of the latest health updates, but that's easier said than done. Take Bustle's women's health quiz to test your knowledge on the subject and gain some crucial info about your own body.

Fun Fact: According to a new survey by dating app PlentyofFish, bilingual people are more desirable than those who aren't. Get those Spanish lessons going ASAP.

A Body Project + Femininity

In the latest installment of Bustle's A Body Project, illustrator Natalie Deltonya Punter discusses how she once felt rejected from classic feminine style because of her size. "I didn't think femininity was OK for me because my body wasn't close to [conventional] attractiveness," she explains. "It always felt like I was denied access to being a girl." Read her moving story here.

Shopping Break: Find yourself constantly in need of a bra that fits under a low-cut shirt or has pockets to store your cards? Look no further than these 11 bras, which may be bizarre but are total lifesavers.

Today's WTF Moment: Katy Perry walked a red carpet with quinoa in her teeth, and nobody told her. Oh, no.

What to Watch: Get ready for not one, not two, but three hours of The Bachelor tonight, starting at 8 p.m. on ABC. The first third is a normal episode, but those second two hours are Women Tell All, so prepare for some big reveals.