Spartacus star Liam McIntyre revealed he was expecting a girl, but his excitement was overshadowed when he made a devastating ‘apology’ to his unborn child.
Australian actor Liam McIntyre has issued a crushing apology to his unborn daughter following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn a historic ruling that would end millions of women’s abortion rights.
40 year old Spartacus The star, who already has a two-year-old son, Harrison, along with his wife Erin Hasan, broke the wonderful news that the couple is expecting their second child, a baby.
But he said his excitement waned after US abortion rights laws, which have provided a constitutional right to abortions up to fetal viability since 1973, were repealed on Saturday.
McIntyre, who is originally from Adelaide but lives in the US, wrote on Twitter: “In a few months I will have a little girl. Because of the choice I made, she will be American. I was happy to announce this news. Now I feel the need to apologize to her, because she has not even been born yet, ”he said. “Women are incredible. Appreciate them and empower them.”
Finished Instagram, Flash The actor had another message for his future daughter saying he would do “everything in his power” to make sure she “knows her worth”.
“I want her to know that in this unstable and changing world, she will have a dad who will do everything in his power to fill her life with joy, so that she knows her worth and has every opportunity to shine so that she can leave. . go out and change the world in your own way,” he wrote, sharing a photo of Harrison.
In a follow-up tweet, McIntyre, best known for starring in the television series Starz Spartacus: Revengehit by the decision to cancel Rowe vs. Wadeassuming the referendum was justified.
“So, if I’m following, this week, 9 unelected people said, “What or who needs more rights? Guns… and what or who has too many rights, well, it’s just women,” he wrote.
“Regardless of personal merit, such things certainly deserve referendums or something?!”
The move comes after a 6-3 partisan ruling on Saturday in Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization, which involved Mississippi’s attempt to ban abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
“Abortion is a profound moral issue,” Judge Samuel Alito wrote in his majority opinion. “The Constitution does not give the right to abortion.”
Judge Alito added: “The Constitution does not prevent the citizens of every state from regulating or prohibiting abortion. Rowe and Casey arrogated this power to themselves. Now we are reversing those decisions and returning that power to the people and their elected representatives.”
American pop star Taylor Swift led the social media backlash, saying she was “absolutely horrified” when she shared a lengthy statement from former US First Lady Michelle Obama, who described her “heartbreak” over the decision.
Glastonbury also became a political protest after the iconic festival kicked off in the UK this week, with singer Billie Eilish addressing the news during her performance.
“Today is a very, very black day for women in the US,” said the 20-year-old. “I just want to say it because I can’t think about it anymore.”
Meanwhile, American singer Phoebe Bridgers pleaded with the crowd to shout, “To hell with the Supreme Court.”