Chelsea Clinton made the most of the quiet New York City streets on Saturday to take her baby son Aidan for a stroll.
The 37-year-old was dressed for the balmy summer temperatures in a striped skirt and grey t-shirt, adding an orange baseball elle cap and nude wedges to her outfit.
She opted for minimal make-up if any at all and kept her accessories simple, wearing just her wedding ring and a delicate necklace.
Like any savvy new mom, she brought a large tote bag of essentials along for the outing.
Chelsea Clinton strapped her one-year-old son Aidan to her chest in a baby carrier for a stroll around Manhattan's Madison Square Park on Saturday
Aidan, her second child with husband Marc Mezvinsky, bounced happily in his baby carrier.
At times he sweetly rested his head against his mother's chest as she strode along the sidewalk.
Once the pair were inside the park he appeared to perk up, taking a curious interest in some branches and leaves at the side of walkways.
Chelsea indulged her little boy as he picked at them, speaking to him softly.
She later pointed out a lawnmower and took a moment's rest in front of a painter's easel.
Her two-year-old daughter Charlotte and husband Marc were left at at the family's million apartment four blocks away.
The 37-year-old added an orange baseball hat to her look and wore some nude wedges
Once in the park, Chelsea indulged her little boy as he grabbed at the leaves on bushes next to them
She pointed out a lawn mower in the park, speaking softly to Aidan as they admired it together
The family moved in to The Whitman when it opened in 2013. The building is known for having the longest apartments in Manhattan with each sprawling the entire length of the block that it is on.
Since the launch of her children's book, She Persisted, in May, mother-of-two Chelsea has been enjoying a wave of professional success.
She has balanced her new career as an author with quality family time in the city, including trips to Broadway with her famous politician parents.
The duo also stopped to admire an artist and her canvas who had set up in the park
Chelsea appeared to enjoy the precious bonding time with her youngest son
While she's no longer needed for official business, the former first daughter has kept one toe in the water.
She regularly tweets her opinions of the Trump administration and offers commentary on the president himself and his family.
Not all of her input has been biased. Earlier this year she joined the masses in their outrage over a distasteful photo shoot by Kathy Griffin in which she appeared holding a depiction of the president's severed head.
Chelsea has also defended President Trump's children, specifically his 11-year-old son Barron, from internet trolls.
Chelsea then made the four-block stroll from the park back to the family's million apartment