Chelsea Clinton grew up in the Governor’s mansion in Arkansas while President Bill Clinton was governor. Then, she moved into the White House. It has always been rare for the White House to have children running up and down the hallways. Now, this first daughter has reached a milestone.
Secretary Hillary Clinton posted a photo of a young Hillary and Bill Clinton with their baby daughter Chelsea. As a mother, there is something of a surprise that her offspring could have somehow turned into an adult. Thursday is Chelsea’s 40th birthday.
Hillary Clinton shared a sweet Twitter black-and-white baby photo Chelsea in celebration of her daughter’s birthday:
‘No matter how much of a grown-up you become, you’ll always be my baby. Happy birthday, @ChelseaClinton.’
Back in 2015, Chelsea told PEOPLE that “becoming a parent had changed her world and even boosted her love for her husband:”
‘I didn’t know I could care more intensely about anything until I became a mom. Somehow I love my husband even more, I love my parents even more. I feel even greater urgency about the work that I do, particularly around women and girls being a mom of a daughter.’
The first daughter married Marc Mezvinsky, a hedge-fund executive in 2010. She told her dad to lose 10 pounds to look good in the photos. Now, Chelsea does both nonprofit and corporate work, as a representative of the family foundation, the Clinton Foundation. She has also written books The Book of Gutsy Women and a children’s book Don’t Let Them (animals) Disappear.
Chelsea has three of her own children now: sons Jasper, “who turns 1 year old later this year and 3-year-old Aiden and one daughter Charlotte, 5.'”
Twitter world took off. Check out how Americans responded:
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