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While Chelsea Clinton has yet to reveal the sex of her unborn child, the mama-to-be has no problem sharing what she predicts will be her child's political affiliation.
Clinton expressed her candid thoughts about her baby-on-the-way while speaking about her role as Vice Chair of the Clinton Foundation at the Town & Country Philanthropy Summit on Wednesday.
During her conversation, T&C's editor-in-chief Jay Fielden couldn't help but ask former President Bill Clinton's daughter how she would react if her child grew up to be a Republican.
"I would find that very hard to believe," Clinton replied.
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Safe to say a Democratic offspring is a solid prediction.
The 34-year-old beauty also opened up about her own childhood, revealing how she always felt an immense amount of love from her parents, despite their hectic careers.
"I never doubted I was the most important person to my parents. I still don't doubt that. We had dinner together every night around the kitchen table," she said. "Even when my father was running for president in 1992, back when campaigns were only 13 months there were only three nights during those 13 months that I wasn't with one or both my parents at night. Which was a tremendous sacrifice on their part."
As for whether she hopes her child will enter politics? Clinton said she simply wants to see her son or daughter make a difference in the world.
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"I'll be thrilled if they're blessed with the [singing] voice that I didn't have," she revealed. "And if they want to make an artistic contribution to the world, that will make me equally as happy if they want to make a philanthropic or a political one.
Clinton announced her pregnancy last month during a joint event with her mother for the Clinton Foundation's "No Ceilings: The Full Participation" project, where the Stanford grad revealed that she is expecting her first child with husband Marc Mezvinsky.
Her parents, Bill and Hillary Clinton, are arguably the most excited grandparents-to-be, taking to Twitter after the news broke to share their joy on social media.
"Excited to add a new line to my Twitter bio...grandfather-to-be!" the 42nd president tweeted before adding, "@hillaryclinton and I are so happy for Chelsea and Marc!"
Likewise, the former secretary of state wrote: "My most exciting title yet: Grandmother-To-Be! @billclinton and I are thrilled that Chelsea and Marc are expecting their first child!"