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    However, the TV star highlighted how she wanted to get involved in the campaign in order to help girls who might feel “scared, confused and embarrassed”.

    Zara said: “First periods can seem daunting and overwhelming for young people and parents alike, especially when it arrives unexpectedly. In fact, recent research from Always confirms that 1 in 3 feel unprepared for their first period with the top three emotions being scared, confused and embarrassed.

    “I wanted to get involved with the #FirstPeriods campaign to open up the conversation and normalise periods to help young people feel more prepared and comfortable when their first period arrives.”

    For more advice, you can download the Always #FirstPeriods guide for tips on how to have that first period conversation.


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