Chelsea Clinton and Jewish husband welcome second child

By JTA
June 19, 2016 14:48

 
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Chelsea Clinton gave birth to her second child with Jewish husband Marc Mezvinsky.

She announced the birth of their son on Saturday in a post on Twitter. The post said: “Marc and I are overwhelmed with gratitude and love as we celebrate the birth of our son, Aidan Clinton Mezvinsky.”

Chelsea Clinton is the daughter of US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton. The grandparents also issued a statement, which said: “We are all over the moon as Chelsea and Marc welcome Charlotte’s little brother to the world and grateful for our many blessings. Chelsea and Aidan are both doing well and enjoying this very special time together.”

The couple’s older child, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky, was born in September 2014.

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