Chelsea Clinton reveals she's pregnant with baby No. 3: 'We cannot wait'
Chelsea Clinton is expecting again!
The former first daughter, 38, revealed on Twitter on Tuesday that she and husband Marc Mezvinsky, 41, are expecting their third kiddo, due this summer. The couple, who married in 2010, has two children: Charlotte, 4, and Aidan, 2.
"Marc and I have loved watching Charlotte be such a wonderful big sister and we're excited to watch Aidan become a big brother," she tweeted. "We cannot wait to meet our newest addition later this summer."
The baby will be the third grandchild for Hillary and Bill Clinton. Hillary, whose long resume includes stints as first lady, secretary of state and 2016 presidential candidate, has only one role explicitly listed in her Instagram bio: "Doting grandmother, among other things."
Back in 2014 when Chelsea announced her first pregnancy, she told attendees at a New York City event: "I certainly feel all the better, whether it's a girl or a boy, that she or he will grow up in a world full of so many strong female leaders."
The soon-to-be mother of three is the author of several children's books. Her most recent, "Start Now! You Can Make a Difference" teaches children ages 7 to 10 about how they can help with issues like health, hunger, bullying and climate change. "Don’t Let Them Disappear," a picture book due April 2, is about endangered species and how to help preserve them.
Chelsea Clinton said that while Charlotte and Aidan were younger than the books' target audiences, she had already began using them to start a conversation with the kids about making eco-friendly choices.
"The biggest shift since becoming a parent is talking to my children about why we make these choices at home and why it’s important that we all be part of making these choices regardless of our age," she told The Journal News, part of the USA TODAY Network.
"I love seeing how proud my kids – even Aidan, who is only 2 – are when he carries cardboard boxes to the recycling bin. Hopefully it’s just part of their daily lives."