Chelsea Clinton was spotted out in the Hamptons over the weekend, enjoying a weekend away with her husband Marc Mezvinsky. The pair were spotted out to dinner on Friday night in Amagansett and then out again the following morning as they went to grab coffee with a friend. Chelsea, 37, was taking a break after promoting her bestselling book ´She Persisted´ for the past month. Her husband, 39, does not currently have a job, so was taking a break from his days of taking a break in New York City. Chelsea kept off social media during her trip out to
They must be supported by Bill and Hill as I don´t see how this book would make enough to live on. And it was only bought because of her name. Books about these women are available in better form elsewhere.
Contrast them with the children of Donald Trump who do work for a living and on important projects.
Someone please throw her a flake of hay to nibble on. Looks like she´s been ridden hard and put away wet. And Marc (note not Mark like a real guy) needs to find work. How proud BJ and Ms. Clinton must be (well, maybe Hubble).
I know it´s impolite to say aloud, and Lord knows she can´t help it, but man she is an unattractive person. When you look at her parents I guess it´s no wonder. And if you can imagine, her mind is twice as unattractive as her physical presence.
Wait, wait...I read somewhere about a month ago that he got a new job at a donors hedge fund..did that not work out??? I made a comment on this over on the DMail..and the last time I looked it had 250+ likes...a record for me!! people really, really don´t like her!!
They look like hired help. Is that the way wealthy people dress while on vacation? I hate to just be critical of Chelsea, (yes, I do!) but who would blame me? She is still young according to my book. She doesn´t have that young, fresh look. Just a touch of makeup would make a world of difference. And that nightgown looking outfit she is wearing looks like it belongs in the rag bag. And what is Marc wearing? These two don´t look like a young married couple with the world ahead of them. And where are the adorable children? Questions, questions, tsk, tsk tsk.
The funniest sentence of this whole article was the one that included the description of Marc´s outfit: billowing seersucker shorts that extended past the knee. That was LOL funny. Check out those pants/billowing shorts. It will brighten your evening!!
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