If you woke up this morning and thought to yourself, “today is no ordinary day,” you are absolutely right. Today is no ordinary day.
Today is the 38th birthday of former first daughter Chelsea Victoria Clinton.
To celebrate her special day, let’s take a look back at some of her greatest accomplishments in her 38 years on earth.
Chelsea was so smart, she was allowed to skip third grade!
In her public elementary school in Little Rock, Arkansas, Chelsea was deemed too intellectually elite for third grade, and she was allowed to go straight from second to fourth grade.
I guess social studies and long division were just too easy!
Chelsea was hired by NBC news as a special correspondent in 2011!
In November 2011, Chelsea was brought on to work as a “special correspondent” for NBC News where she made $600,000 annually. She worked on featured stories for NBC’s “Rock Center with Brian Williams” until the show was canceled in 2013. She then worked on featured stories for “NBC Nightly News.”
She is best known for her hard-hitting interview with the GEICO Gecko. She eventually left NBC in 2014.
Chelsea has defended other first children on Twitter!
Having grown up in the White House, Chelsea is no stranger to the media spotlight and the intense scrutiny that comes with it. She has defended other first children on Twitter multiple times.
These are the kinds of accomplishments that any father or mother would be proud of.
Anyway, where was I?
Oh yeah — happy birthday, Chelsea! Keep up the good work!