Flintshire's own golden girl Jade Jones is among some inspirational women sharing wisdom via Amazon's Alexa today, on International Women's Day (IWD).

To celebrate IWD, Amazon is supporting this year's theme #BreakTheBias, including partnering with the Prince's Trust's 'Change a Girls Life' campaign.

During the week of IWD, March 7-13, inspiring women including Jade Jones, Katie Piper, Charlie Martin, Sophie Tea, Ravneet Gill, and Roxie Nafousi are lending their voices to Alexa to offer advice.

Amazon Echo and Fire TV customers can say "Alexa, who inspires you?" to hear words of wisdom from a diverse group of empowering women:

• Jade Jones – from Flint, she is Great Britain's first ever Olympic gold medal Olympic Taekwondo athlete and women in sport advocate

• Katie Piper OBE – best-selling international author, inspirational speaker, broadcaster and charity founder

• Charlie Martin – a professional racing driver who advocates for diversity and inclusion in motorsport and aims to be the first transgender driver at the 24hrs of Le Mans

• Sophie Tea – a game-changing viral artist who strives for inclusivity - both in her artwork itself and those buying her art. She is best known for her 'WOMEN' collection, which celebrates and champions body positivity and the female form

• Ravneet Gill – pastry chef and author who campaigns for healthier, happier and more inclusive kitchen workplaces

• Roxie Nafousi – self-development coach and author of MANFIEST

• Masie Summers-Newton – Double Paralympic swimming Champion and disability advocate

• Sasha Pallari – make-up artist and model whose campaign #filterdrop prompted the ASA to ban the use of social media filters used in beauty advertising

• Natalie Alexis Lee – body positivity advocate and author of Feeling Myself

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Maisie Summers Newton, Paralympic swimming champion said "As an advocate for those with disabilities, it encourages me to know that I can now inspire the women around me regardless of their conditions.

"The support of Prince's Trust can play such an important role in helping to facilitate change and provide opportunities."

"This year's theme for International Women's Day, #Breakthebias, is such a timely reminder for all women." said Sophie Tea, artist.

''It's super important to me as a female artist that we kick down doors and shout about our successes in what sometimes may feel like a very elitist industry.

"So, it's amazing to be a part of something which will empower and inspire women around the world on International Women's Day and beyond - through the power of Amazon Alexa!''

Amazon is also supporting International Women's Day with videos and spotlights, which celebrate women and their role in culture, business, and society, as well as addressing a number of vital topics in the subject of empowering women.

Additionally, Amazon's collaboration with the Prince's Trust includes several fund-raising programmes designed to support the campaign.

• For more information on Amazon's International Women's Day activity, visit www.amazon.co.uk/IWD.