Tuesday's historic election day has been filled with celebrities (and normal people) dressing up wearing Hillary Clinton's "H" logo, so it's not too surprising that Clinton's granddaughter Charlotte also wore the logo on election day.
According to Guardian reporter Sabrina Sadiqqi, who's covering the election for the British paper, Chelsea Clinton's 2-year-old daughter Charlotte is rocking the logo on her dress for the evening.
From Rihanna's "I'm With Her" shirt, to Katy Perry's stars and stripes robe, to Lady Gaga's "Be With Her" option, to the ubiquitous pink "Madam President" T-shirt, many of Clinton's supporters are choosing to show their support with their outfits. So of course members of Clinton's family had to show their support the same way. And who better to do that than her two-year-old granddaughter, Charlotte?
The funniest part about her outfit choice? Charlotte apparently knows what it stands for.
“She knows that our logo stands for Grandma," Clinton said in an interview with People . "So if you’re wearing a sticker or she sees that, she’ll go, ‘Grandma, Grandma.' She connects that, but I don’t think she’s old enough to understand much more that that, and that’s fine with me.”
Even though Charlotte's only two, it's kind of funny to know that she knows she's supporting her grandmother with her outfit. And even though she's rarely seen publicly, Clinton FaceTimed Charlotte on the last day of her campaign in White Plains, N.Y.
Clinton's family has been supporting her on the campaign trail from the start, including husband Bill Clinton, daughter Chelsea Clinton, son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky and grandson Aidan.
Considering that, it's no surprise all six of them are together awaiting the election results in New York City.