Hillary Clinton meets adorable young fan in white pantsuit


Some people have a style that defines them. Mark Zuckerberg wears a gray T-shirt and jeans every day. Hugh Hefner was almost always seen in a smoking jacket. And Hillary Clinton is known for her famous pantsuits.

On her book tour for 'It Takes a Village,' she was signing books when a young fan came to meet her. Her event planner tweeted a picture of the meeting, with the caption: Look who wore her pantsuit to meet Hillary Clinton.

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OTTUMWA, IA - JULY 07: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses supporters at an organizational rally at the home of Nancy and Dennis Emanuel on July 7, 2015 in Ottumwa, Iowa. Clinton's second stop of the day in Iowa provided the 60 people in attendence with an opportunity to hear from the former Senator and Secretary of State about her platform for her run the office of President of the United States. (Photo by David Greedy/Getty Images)
DES MOINES, IA - JUNE 14: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters during a campaign event at the the Elwell Family food Center at the Iowa State Fairgrounds on June 14, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa. Clinton officially kicked off her 2016 bid for the White House yesterday during an event on New Yorks Roosevelt Island. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 13: Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets supporters as former President Bill Clinton looks on her official campaign launch on June 13, 2015 in New York City. The Democratic presidential hopeful spoke at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
Democratic Presidential hopeful and former US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton participates in a small business roundtable discussion with members of the small business community at Capital City Fruit on April 15, 2015 in Norwalk, Iowa. Mrs. Clinton has spent the last two days in Iowa to focus on smaller communities in Iowa and have discussions about how to make the economy work for everyday Americans. AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL B. THOMAS (Photo credit should read Michael B. Thomas/AFP/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 16: Honoree Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks onstage at the RFK Ripple Of Hope Gala at Hilton Hotel Midtown on December 16, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for RFK Ripple Of Hope)
RIDGEWOOD, NJ - JULY 17: Hillary Rodham Clinton signs copies of her book 'Hard Choices' at Bookends Bookstore on July 17, 2014 in Ridgewood, New Jersey. (Photo by Michael N. Todaro/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 12: Former US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton addresses members of the audience at the The World Resource Institute Courage To Lead Luncheon at the 538 Park Avenue on June 12, 2014 in New York City. Clinton delivered remarks as she introduced Chairman of the World Resources Institute James A. Harmon, who was being honored at the luncheon. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 07: Hillary Clinton speaks onstage during the 2017 Girls Inc. New York luncheon celebrating women of achievement at New York Marriott Marquis Hotel on March 7, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
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More than just the classic white pantsuit, the little girl even had a giant pearl necklace to emulate what Clinton was also wearing. Secretary Clinton was obviously taken with the little girl and greeted her with a warm smile.

She retweeted the picture with the caption: Great to be back in Brooklyn sharing #ItTakesAVillage with readers of all ages! Her mom tweeted a picture of Grace in response to Hillary Clinton's tweet showing off her whole ensemble.

The bonus for the parents is that they already have a costume ready for their little girl for Halloween.

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Hillary Clinton, First Lady of the United States, throws a thumbs-up during a presidential election victory celebration in 1992. Her husband might be doing the same for her, 24 years later.

(Photo by Win McNamee / Reuters)

Here she is talking to kids at the Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, October 21, 1993.

(Photo by Sue Ogrocki / Reuters)

As First Lady, she did a lot of traveling, like to Bosnia in 1996 to meet US soldiers.

(Photo by Win McNamee / Reuters)

In 1997 she visited Goree Island, Senegal, with her daughter Chelsea. Here they are peering out from the Door of No Return, a former slave trading center, as a soldier stands guard.

(Photo by Win McNamee / Reuters)

Nelson Mandela showed Clinton and Chelsea the cell in which he was held for 27 years at the Robben's Island prison off the coast of Cape Town, March 20, 1997.

(Photo by Win McNamee / Reuters)

Here she is with Bill in the Oval Office, chatting with a bunch of kids awaiting adoption.

(Photo via Reuters)

Sporting similar power suits and haircuts, Hillary met with Diana, Princess of Wales, at the White House in 1997.

(Photo via Reuters)

No one can claim that she doesn't get her hands dirty. Here's Clinton building a home as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity in Pikeville, Kentucky, in 1997.

(Photo via Reuters)

She's always been an advocate for affordable health care as well as women's rights. In 1998, Clinton gave a speech at Beijing Medical University about improving health care in China, particularly folic acid deficiencies in pregnant mothers.

(Photo by Natalie Behring / Reuters)

Like any presidential nominee, she's good with babies. She found this one during a visit to a children's home in the Dominican Republic in 1998.

(Photo via Reuters)

Hillary kneels before the grave of US Private Celia Goldberg, who was killed in Tunisia during World War II, at the North Africa American Cemetery, outside Tunis, in 1999.

(Photo via Reuters)

In 2000, she announced her candidacy for New York's Senate seat.

(Photo via Reuters)

Later that year, Clinton held an event at the White House on preventing potential harm to children from defective products.

(Photo via Reuters)

She won that New York Senate seat on November 7, 2000. Definitely not a "low energy" candidate, based on this picture.

(Photo via Reuters)

Days after 9/11, she took a tour of the World Trade Center disaster site.

(Photo via Reuters)

Here Clinton is giving kids from Manhattan's Colombia Grammar and Prep school a tour of her office on Capitol Hill in 2003.

(Photo by Reuters)

She wrote a book titled "Living History."

(Photo by Chip East / Reuters)

In 2003, all Clinton could do was smirk on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" as Leno shows her a tabloid newspaper article about her hooking up with an alien.

(Photo via Reuters)

A power woman power lunches with US troops in Bagram Airbase, north of Kabul, in 2003.

(Photo via Reuters)

Here she's listening to Defense Secretary nominee Robert Gates testify before the US Senate Armed Services Committee during his confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in 2006.

(Photo by Jim Young / Reuters)

Hillary and Bill pay their respects to the late former President Gerald Ford in 2007.

(Photo by Jim Young / Reuters)

This is her first presidential campaign's website in 2007. It's pretty low-tech.

(Image via Reuters)

Back in 2007, she was running against Obama for the Democratic Presidential nomination.

(Photo by Lisa Hornak / Reuters)

Their body language says more than a thousand words.

(Photo by Steve Marcus / Reuters)

She spent most of 2008 on the campaign trail.

(Photo by Chris Keane / Reuters)

She's nothing if not ecstatic.

(Photo by Bradley Bower / Reuters)

It was a close race, but she had to endorse presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama at the National Building Museum in Washington, June 7, 2008.

(Photo by Jason Reed / Reuters)

A gracious loser, she waved to delegates at the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, August 26, 2008.

(Photo by Eric Thayer / Reuters)

Despite losing the nomination, her and Obama found that they had a lot in common. He later made her Secretary of State.

(Photo by Jim Young / Reuters)

Secretary of State Clinton and President Obama tour the Sultan Hassan Mosque in Cairo in 2009.

(Photo by Larry Downing / Reuters)

A North Korean soldier looks in through the window as Hillary tours the Demilitarized Zone in Panmunjom, South Korea, in 2010.

(Photo by Cherie Cullen/Defense Department photo via Reuters)

This is the badass pic that launched a thousand memes. Hillary looks cool as a cucumber checking her phone on a military C-17 plane to Libya in 2011.

(Photo by Kevin Lamarque / Reuters)

Here she is in the Situation Room with Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, along with members of the national security team, in 2011. They just received news on the mission against Osama bin Laden.

(Photo by White House/Pete Souza via Reuters)

They say the second time's a charm: here is Clinton delivering her "official launch speech" at a campaign kick off rally on Roosevelt Island in New York City, June 13, 2015.

(Photo by Lucas Jackson / Reuters)

Peek-a-boo: Hillary sizes up her audience at a campaign launch party at Carter Hill Orchard in Concord, New Hampshire, on June 15, 2015.

(Photo by Brian Snyder / Reuters)

Hillary takes the stage to speak during the Scott County Democratic Party's Red, White and Blue Dinner at the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds in Davenport, Iowa, January 23, 2016.

(Photo by Scott Morgan / Reuters)

Bill is thrilled as his wife speaks at a campaign stop in Davenport, Iowa, in January 2016.

(Photo by Brian Snyder / Reuters)

A woman of the people, she hugged Brana Marancic, an employee of Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, in February 2016. They appear to be in a storage closet.

(Photo by Jim Young / Reuters)

It was a fierce race between Clinton and Bernie Sanders

(Photo by Mike Segar / Reuters)

Here she is speaking to supporters at her New York presidential primary night rally in Manhattan, April 19, 2016.

(Photo by Mike Segar / Reuters)

She did it! Hillary is officially the Democratic presidential nominee, and the first woman in the 240-year history of the US to lead a major party's presidential ticket.

(Photo by Carlos Barria / Reuters)

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