The calculated date of Chelsea Clinton is getting closer every day, but it was as usual for the heavily pregnant mother who made her way to the University of New York on Wednesday after celebrating her son's birthday with her family the day before.
The parents of 39-year-old Bill and Hillary Clinton seemed to have a great time on Tuesday night at Aidan's birthday at the age of 3, with the former first lady leaving the party at the Children's Museum of the Doctor with her face painted.
Chelsea, due to give birth this summer, covered her baby bump with a trench coat when she and her family went home that night in the rain, but it was visible when she got out the next morning.
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Out and about: Pregnant Chelsea Clinton was seen en route to the University of New York on Wednesday after celebrating her son Aidan's third birthday the day before
Third trimester: the 39-year-old was dressed in a wavy tunic, although it did little to hide her growing stomach that protruded from her narrow frame.
Expectant mother: Chelsea, who will give birth this summer, has combined her white blouse with patterns and skinny jeans with sensitive nude wedges, a departure from her beloved nude pumps
The vice-president of the Clinton Foundation was dressed in a wavy tunic on Wednesday, though it did little to hide her growing stomach that emerged from her narrow stature.
She combined her white blouse with pattern and skinny jeans with delicate nude wedges, a departure from her beloved nude pumps.
Chelsea has been wearing her bare heels for years; however, they have a much higher heel and are probably too uncomfortable for her to wear now that she has been so long in her pregnancy.
It seems that the expectant mother has found a similar nude wedge to replace her favorite shoes in the last weeks of her pregnancy.
The author of the children's book wore her dark blond hair loosely around her shoulders and covered her head with a sporty red and gray baseball cap with a logo for Galena Lodge in Ketchum, Idaho.
Added details: the author of the children's book wore her dark blond hair loosely around her shoulders and covered her head with a sporty red and gray baseball cap
In short: it is unclear whether her cap was an attempt to incognito on the cloudy spring day in the Big Apple, but she seemed to feel good while walking to NYU
Throwback: She saw the same hat the day after Halloween last November. The red and gray cap has a logo for Galena Lodge in Ketchum, Idaho
Fun times: on Tuesday Chelsea celebrated the third birthday of her son Aidan with a party at the Children & # 39; s Museum of the Arts
Maternity style: The future mother of the three treated her baby bump with a khaki trench coat, which she wore over dark skinny jeans. She covered the look with nude wedges
She saw the same hat the day after Halloween last November, probably around the time she and her husband Marc Mezvinsky, 41, discovered she was pregnant with their third child.
Chelsea has not yet announced her exact due date, but based on the timing of her pregnancy announcement at the end of January, she is likely to have a child in July or August.
It is unclear whether her cap was an attempt to incognito on the cloudy spring day in the Big Apple, but she seemed excited as she walked to NYU.
Chelsea smiled a little on her face as she made her way through the streets of the city and took her chestnut leather bag – a favorite of hers since that time – in her right hand.
The only other accessory she had was a $ 119 gold-plated, intertwined circle necklace from Merci Maman. The personalized necklace is engraved with the names Charlotte and Aidan to represent her two oldest children.
Grandma: Chelsea & # 39; s mother Hillary Clinton was seen leaving the party with her face painted
Former first lady style: Hillary, 71, was dressed in a red with red pattern, gray and black jacket
Dehydrated: The former first lady has provided her look with silver bracelets around her left wrist
Good times: the grandmother enjoyed the bash so much, she couldn't resist having a flower painted on her face
Extra treat? Hillary smiled relieved as she left the room with something that looked like a blue candy bag
It is probably an exciting time for Charlotte, four and Aidan, three, who are preparing to welcome a brother or sister into their family.
To celebrate Aidan's birthday on Tuesday, Chelsea's parents met their daughter and grandson in the Children & # 39; s Museum of the Arts, although it is unclear whether others have joined the soiree or just his family.
Private birthday parties at the Children's Museum of the Arts range from $ 700 to $ 1,700 depending on the number of guests, the party package and catering options.
According to the website, these celebrations include free time for the children to try out the museum's interactive workshops, as well as a private workshop with an artist for teaching only for the party goers.
The festivities end with food and cake, and parents have the option to purchase a personalized cake from Magnolia Bakery for an additional cost.
Feeling good: Bill Clinton gave a thumbs up while leaving his grandson's party on Tuesday night
Fortunately as can be: just like his wife, the 72-year-old seemed to be cheerful during the celebration of Aidan's third birthday
Dressed up: Bill was wearing a brown suit and a bright yellow button for the occasion
Just a glimpse: Chelsea & # 39; s daughter Charlotte, four, seemed to have left for her grandfather
Little Aidan was seen leaving behind his birthday party with an umbrella from a sesame street next to his mother, who helped him to accompany him.
The birthday boy was casually dressed in a striped shirt, jeans and dark gray sneakers that were perfect for running around and making art.
Meanwhile, Chelsea had a khaki trench, dark skinny jeans, and her bare wedges. Her hair was pulled up in a fringe to protect it from the rain and she was carrying a large gray umbrella.
Bill, 72 and Hillary, 71, looked as happy as possible when they left the party location with a big smile on their faces.
The former president put on a brown suit and a bright yellow shirt for the occasion and was seen giving a thumbs up, flanked by his secret service detail.
Hillary was dressed in a red, gray and black jacket with many patterns that she wore over classic black plants. She accepted her appearance with black sneakers and silver bracelets on her wrist.
She left wearing what looked like a blue plastic candy bag; however, it was the flower painted on her cheek that really stood out when she stepped outside the bash.
Protected: the former president was flanked by agents of the secret service when he left the party location
Team: A secret service agent opened the door for him while another employee stood next to him
Happy grandfather: Bill didn't seem to mind the cameras and the rainy weather in New York
Too cute: Little Aidan carried a Sesame Street umbrella while he left with his mother
Opening: Chelsea makes it a point to keep her children out of the spotlight, but she tweeted her son's birthday on Tuesday
Make her point clear: a Twitter user by the name of Jake seemed to criticize her post in a tweet that has since been deleted, which prompted a response from Chelsea
It looks like the former Foreign Minister had enjoyed the party so much that she couldn't resist having her face painted before she left.
On the same evening, the former political enemy President Donald Trump of the Democratic pastor went after her during his kick-top rally in 2020 in Orlando, Florida.
He again claimed that she had washed her e-mails with acid and beaten her because she did not save her promise to beat him, but she did not seem to be on her guard when she left her grandson's birthday party.
Chelsea makes it a point to keep her children out of the spotlight, but tweeted her son's birthday on Tuesday as she went back to the controversial immigration policy of the Trump government that led to children being separated from their families at the border between the US and Mexico.
& # 39; Aidan is now 3! We laughed a lot, made puzzles, sang Down By The Bay, read about dragons, ate too much cake and donated in his honor to @RAICESTEXAS & @ImmDef because no children had to be taken from their families at the border, forced into concentration camps or death in American custody, & she wrote.
A Twitter user by the name of Jake seemed to criticize her post in a tweet that has since been deleted, which resulted in a reaction from Chelsea.
& # 39; Hello Jake – I want my children to grow up knowing that we are citizens every day, including our birthdays, & she said. & # 39; Thousands of children, separated from their families (the youngest 4 months old) and at least seven children who have died in immigration detention since last year, are not & # 39; political rhetoric & # 39;. & # 39;
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