Lately, a lot of my attention has been on Hillary Clinton.
And the same is true of her children.
She was once the most popular candidate in the nation, and the only one in the field who is a mother.
She is the only candidate in her party who has had her children at her side during the primary.
Her husband is a presidential candidate.
And while her political future is unclear, she is already in her fourth term as First Lady.
The most prominent and influential of those children, Chelsea, is the daughter of a first lady.
She has been known to say that her father, former President Bill Clinton, should be the first person who visits the White House.
“It’s like when you get a letter in the mail from your father and you open it, you know, you’re going to feel like your dad has come back,” Chelsea said during a speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
Chelsea and her mother, Dorothy, attended the Clintons’ first two marriages, in Arkansas and in the Whitehouse.
(They have a son, Billy, who is married to a member of the U.S. Senate.)
When Chelsea Clinton was a teenager, her parents divorced.
In the mid-1990s, the Clintons went through a period of economic turmoil.
Dorothy Clinton was an executive at the time.
Bill Clinton was the governor of Arkansas, and they were living in the Arkansas home of his sister, Lynne, who was a registered nurse at the hospital where they both worked.
When Chelsea was young, she worked at the Arkansas Department of Health, and she and Bill went to school together at the local hospital, where Bill was the nurse.
Bill’s mother, Darlene, was also a nurse.
She had a daughter, Courtney, who became a nurse, and Bill worked with her and his sister at the University of Arkansas Health Science Center, a state-of-the-art medical center.
Darline and Chelsea were able to afford to go to college.
Chelsea attended the University at Buffalo, and at the age of 18 she received her master’s degree in nursing.
She also attended the State University of New York at Albany.
When she graduated in 1992, she joined the faculty of the university.
She went on to earn her doctorate, a doctorate in nursing, and an MD.
Darryl, the son, was the president of the University in 1993 and a former chairman of the board of trustees.
The Clintons attended the same college and were both graduates of the same school.
Dario, the younger of the two, was a doctor of public health.
He was also the president and CEO of the Arkansas Hospital and Clinics Authority, the state’s health authority.
In 1999, Dario and Chelsea moved to New York, and their son became a consultant at the city’s largest nursing home.
Daryll was a partner in a real estate firm in New York.
Darya, the older of the Clintons, is a professor of social work at New York University and a professor at the medical school at Columbia University.
She became a lawyer in 1996.
The oldest daughter, Hilary, was born in 1973.
In 2001, she married Anthony Russo, a billionaire financier who had previously run the investment firm Morgan Stanley.
In 2006, they had a son together, Anthony Jr. They have three daughters: Jill, Elizabeth and Hilary.
Hillary Clinton was born on June 2, 1957, in Little Rock, Arkansas.
She attended public school in Little Falls, Arkansas, as well as the University and College of Arkansas in Littlerock.
She worked for the Arkansas Medical School, the University Health System in LittleRock, and in private practice in New Haven, Connecticut.
Her parents divorced when she was 10, and her sister, Dorothy Clinton, was 14.
Chelsea Clinton attended the WhiteHouse.
(Photo: Alex Brandon, AP) Hillary Clinton (left) and her son, Anthony Russo.
(Getty Images) Chelsea Clinton (center) and husband, Bill Clinton.
(Reuters) She has three children, Hilaries, Daryls and Dario.
Chelsea’s parents divorced in 1989, and while she and her sisters lived in Arkansas, Bill and Daryl stayed in New Hampshire, where he and his wife, Paula, had lived for the past six years.
After leaving the family home in Little River, New Hampshire for the Whitehaven Country Club in New London, Connecticut, where the Clintons had stayed the previous four years, Chelsea went to work as a registered dietitian and exercise coach at a health clinic.
In 1996, the couple moved to Arkansas.
In 1998, Bill was elected governor and became Arkansas’s first African-American governor.
In 2000, he was elected U.A.E. president.
In 2012, he served as secretary of state.
In 2013, he announced his retirement from public life and the