The Clintons paid a visit to their grandchildren on Wednesday, with both Bill and Hillary photographed arriving at their daughter Chelsea's swank apartment building in New York City.
Hillary was was the first to turn up in her Scooby Van at 5:20pm, with Bill arriving a short time later at 5:25pm.
The couple then spent 45 minutes inside with granddaughter Charlotte, grandson Aiden and presumably their son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky before heading back out.
Bill and Hillary did not exit together after their time inside the $10.5 million apartment, and once again got into separate vehicles.
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Not with her: Hillary and Bill Clinton paid a visit to daughter Chelsea's apartment in New York City on Wednesday night
Squad: Hillary was the first to arrive at 5:20 pm in her Scooby Van, joined by a handful of Secret Service agents
Dry guy: Bill arrived a few minutes later in a separate car at 5:25pm and dodged a puddle in the street
Family matters: The couple then spent 45 minutes inside with granddaughter Charlotte, grandson Aiden and presumably their son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky
Doing the wave: Bill was very animated as he waved to people outside his daughter's apartment
Blue: Bill also looked sharp in a nicely tailored suit and colorful tie for his outing
The separate vehicles were likely due to their schedules, with Hillary having spoken at the Shared Value Leadership Summit just prior to arriving on Wednesday.
That event was held in Battery Park at The Conrad Hotel, a few mils downtown from daughter Chelsea's pad.
Bill, who looked incredibly animated and happy, had been spotted uptown just prior to the visit, with a staffer at Showtime snapping a pic of Bill outside their office building.
Chelsea meanwhile was delivering a speech at Unchained At Last, an organization that is committed to ending forced and arranged marriages.
She shared an image of herself speaking to an audience at Case & White, a law firm in midtown Manhattan.
Hillary meanwhile spent the afternoon talking about the 2016 presidential race once again, with the Democratic hopeful asked if she believed identifying herself as