For the Clinton Couple, years are just numbers that add to their beauty. Read and Be Inspired
Hillary and Bill Clinton are undoubtedly one of the most popular couples in the public eye. The two have been together for almost 50 years and have been involved in the political sphere for a long time, both at the state and local level.
The former U.S. president and First Lady of the United States met in 1971 while studying together at Yale Law School. Their first meeting took place in the library.
"She was full of strength and confidence, she was very magnetic," President Clinton said as she shared with the public the story of her first meeting with his wife, Hillary, at the Yale University Library.
A year later, they worked together on George McGovern's presidential campaign.
In 1973, Bill first proposed to Hillary in Ennerdale, England. It took several attempts before Hillary and Bill formally bonded
In 1975, they were married in a small ceremony with only 15 guests.
In 1976 Bill was elected to his first government post in Arkansas. Bill's first success in politics was with his election to the post of Arkansas Attorney General in 1976. His appointment and election came after a failure he suffered to be elected to the House of Representatives in 1974, writes. CNN. In 1978 he became the second youngest governor of Arkansas.
After a two-year term as attorney general, Clinton was elected governor of Arkansas in 1978 at the age of 32. At the time, he was the youngest governor in the country and the second youngest governor in Arkansas history.
In 1980 in the life of the couple came Chelsea Clinton.
In 1992, Bill was elected the 42nd President of the United States and Hillary became First Lady. He was appointed president on January 20, 1993.
In this post for a second term he was elected in 1996.
In 2009 Hillary returned to the White House this time as one of the most successful Secretaries of State in the administration of President Barack Obama.
Hillary Clinton is known worldwide for her continued support for women's empowerment around the world.
In one of her messages to women, Hillary Clinton states:
"In honor of International Women's Day, I want to celebrate with the women and girls who inspire me every day.
"These women resist inequality, fight and insist on a better world."
The Clinton couple have always had a special relationship with Kosovo.
In a wish for the Independence Day of Kosovo, President Clinton would say:
"Kosovo will always have a special place in my heart. "And I am very grateful that as President of the United States of America, I was able to help you pursue a future of prosperity, freedom and tolerance."
"You have had to take many important steps over the last decade to understand that future. "And that should give you an opportunity to look ahead and overcome the challenges that remain."
"I continue to believe that the deserved place of Kosovo is as a full member of the European Union, NATO and the International Community. "It's important for your friends around the world to keep working, to leave the conflicts of the past behind."
Prepared by: Star People Magazine