Bill and Hillary Clinton's only child is now 37, married and a mom to daughter Charlotte and son Aidan. The Stanford graduate, who also has a master's degree from Columbia, works with the family's $2 billion Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative. We also saw a lot of Chelsea Clinton when she helped her mom run for president in 2016.
The more elusive of President George W. Bush's twin daughters, Barbara is an outspoken gay rights supporter who lives in Manhattan. A graduate of Yale University, Bush has no desire to get into traditional politics, but is interested in policy and helping young people find opportunities to do good. She is the co-founder of Global Health Corps., a health-focused nonprofit.
After working as a school teacher in Washington, D.C. , and then in Africa, Jenna Bush Hager penned two children's books. Jenna later married Henry Hager, whom she met while on the campaign trail with her father, former President George W. Bush. Hager is a mother to 4-year-old Mila and 2-year-old Poppy, who is named for her grandfather, former President George H.W. Bush. She is also twin to sister Barbara (see previous slide), a special correspondent for "Today."
From the ages of 9 to 13, Amy Carter grew up in the White House while Jimmy Carter was president. She was subjected to intense media scrutiny that probably inspired her to lead a relatively private life after her father left office. Amy attended Brown University and then received her master's degree from Tulane. She now resides near Atlanta with her husband and son, who was born in 1999.
The second daughter of Richard Nixon is married to David Eisenhower, the grandson of former President Dwight Eisenhower. The two have three grown children and live outside of Philadelphia. Julie Nixon Eisenhower was a staunch supporter of her father during the Watergate hearings, but has since lived a relatively private life. She had a very public feud with her sister Tricia (see next slide), over who would control the Nixon Library. After two days of court mediation, the sisters settled their feud.
Tricia Nixon Cox was already out of college when her father, Richard Nixon, took office. Despite her private persona, she married Edward Cox in a lavish ceremony at the White House in 1971. Tricia is mother to one son and lives with her husband in Manhattan.
The younger of LBJ's two daughters, Luci got married at the age of 19 in a very high-profile Catholic wedding. Before divorcing, she and then-husband Patrick Nugent had four children. She now resides in Austin, Texas, with current husband Ian Turpin. In 2010, she was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome, an auto-immune disorder that affects the nervous system.
The eldest of former President Lyndon B. Johnson's two daughters, Lynda Bird Johnson Robb was 19 when her father took office after the assassination of President Kennedy. After a high-profile romance with actor George Hamilton, Johnson went on to marry Marine Capt. Charles S. Robb. The couple had three children, and Robb became the governor of Virginia and a U.S. senator.
After becoming a contributor at Ladies' Home Journal, Lynda became an outspoken supporter of universal healthcare and serves on the board of directors of both of her parents' foundations.
Ronald Reagan's daughter Patti Davis was already an adult when her father took office. Davis pursued an acting career and had a notoriously strained relationship with her father. After her father's dementia progressed, she wrote a memoir called "The Long Goodbye," which earned her tremendous acclaim. She lives in Los Angeles and makes her career as a writer.
Of former President Ronald Reagan's five children (one of whom died a day after birth), son Ron Reagan was said to have had the least rocky relationship with his famous father. Ron, who like his siblings dropped out of college, pursued a career as a ballet dancer, actor and journalist. Ron is commentator and contributor on MSNBC and is known for his liberal views.
President Gerald Ford and Betty Ford's son is known to soap opera lovers for his stint on "The Young and the Restless." And if he looks familiar, it might also be because he played Meg Ryan's ex in "When Harry Met Sally." In addition to his career in front of the camera, Steven Ford works as a motivational speaker who has openly shared the story of his own recovery from alcohol abuse.
The youngest of former President Ford's four children, Susan Ford spent her high school years in the White House and even had her senior prom there. During her mother Betty's public battle with breast cancer, Susan became an outspoken advocate for the cause. She made headlines when she married one of her father's former Secret Service agents, Charles Vance. The couple had two children, but divorced after nine years of marriage. Susan then married attorney Vaden Bales, with whom she lives in Oklahoma.
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