Chelsea Clinton has open about the joys of motherhood. Six months after she gave birth to her first child in September 2014, the former president's daughter has spoken out about "perfect" baby Charlotte and how her life has changed since becoming a mum.
"My whole life is reoriented around my daughter, in the most blessed sense," Chelsea said in an interview with Elle magazine, adding of her husband Marc Mezvinsky: "Marc and I are like, "What did we do before we were parents?"
"I now understand – this is something else that Marc and I talk about all the time – all of the enthusiastic, bombastically spectacular, wonderful things people say about their children," she added. "Because we also feel and think all those things about Charlotte, that she is just the most remarkable little bubbly, perfect, chunky monkey creature ever."
Chelsea became a mum for the first time in September 2014
Proud mum Chelsea has not been the only one to sing little Charlotte's praises since she made her way into the world. Chelsea's father Bill Clinton revealed that he is fully embracing his new role as a first-time grandfather.
"It's really wonderful," the 68-year-old politician said during an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers in January. "I love it. Like every other grandparent, I think my granddaughter's the greatest thing since sliced bread."
During her interview with Elle Chelsea went on to talk about women in politics.
"It's challenging to me that women comprising 20 per cent of Congress is treated as a real success," she told the magazine. "Since when did 20 per cent become the definition of equality?"
Chelsea's mother Hillary is rumoured to be launching her second presidential campaign
The 35-year-old's comments in favour of seeing more woman having prominent political roles coincided with recent reports that her mother Hillary Clinton is due to announce her second presidential campaign.
Last week rumours circulated that the former secretary of state would make the announcement on Twitter while travelling from New York to Iowa on 12 April. The Guardian reported that instead of revealing the new via a speech, 67-year-old Hillary would declare her candidacy online to her 3.12 million Twitter followers.