From frump to fabulous: Chelsea Clinton ditches unflattering 'cankle' boots in favour of showstopping florals
20:09 GMT, 19 June 2012
20:40 GMT, 19 June 2012
Chelsea Clinton went from frumpy to feminine in one easy swoop to celebrate New York's 50th anniversary of Shakespeare in the Park last night.
She was seen earlier in the day wearing an empire-line nude coloured dress, paired with heavy, mid-calf brown boots which gave her toned legs the unfortaunte appearance of 'cankles'.
However later in the evening, the 32-year-old stepped out with her husband Marc Mezvinksy, relaxed and smiling, looking effortlessly chic.
First-daughter: Chelsea Clinton was pictured arriving at her apartment wearing an unflattering empire-line dress, paired with heavy, mid-calf brown boots
Holding hands, the couple breezed into Central Park, and this time Ms Clinton ditched the frumpy and unflattering silhouette, revealing her toned legs.
She wore a waist-defining, pretty printed floral skirt, with simple ballet flats and a statement necklace.
Watching a reading of Romeo and Juliet, it was the second time the couple have been seen looking totally at ease together in recent weeks, after they attended a gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 8th.
The daughter of former President Bill Clinton and current Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, married Mr Mezvinksy two years ago in July.
But rumours swirled of a rift in the
marriage when the investment banker took off for a three month ski trip,
alone, shortly after their nuptials.
There were also reports around the
time that the pair had shared heated rows over starting a family, after
Chelsea apparently got 'cold feet' about having children.
Chic Clinton: Later in the evening, the 32-year-old wore a waist-defining, pretty printed skirt, with simple ballet flats for a more flattering look
Happily married: Nearly a month away from their two-year wedding anniversary, the couple attended the the 50th anniversary of Shakespeare in the Park
However, nearly a month away from their two-year wedding anniversary, last night the pair couldn't have looked happier.
Chelsea and Marc weren't the only happy couple at the event.
Good Wife's Julianna Margolies, her hair pulled back in a tight bun and
wearing an elegant black ensemble, was with her attorney husband, Keith
Cynthia Nixon, from Sex and the City, looked cosy with new wife Christine Marinoni.
The event featured a live reading of Romeo and Juliet, starring Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline as the star-crossed lovers.
Al Pacino, a long supporter of live theater, was also given an award for his successful on-stage career, including his acclaimed performance as Shylock in the Merchant of Venice.