Epstein pal Ghislaine Maxwell once posed in ‘risque’ American flag bikini pics

Maybe this is why Jeffrey Epstein was so close to Ghislaine Maxwell.

The British socialite — who has been accused of procuring underage victims for the mega-rich pedophile — once appeared in a sexy art-book photo spread wearing a tiny, American flag-themed bikini, according to images obtained exclusively by The Post.

The racy pics were taken in the early 1990s, at about the time Maxwell first started getting to know Epstein on the New York social scene, a source with knowledge of the photoshoot said.

“Ghislaine definitely had a more risqué side,” the source said. “ She knew she had a good body and she liked showing it off.”

As she posed for the pics, which ran in a publication meant to promote Sotheby’s vintage fashion collection, she allegedly let slip comments that hinted at a twisted double life.

“She didn’t talk about Epstein, but during the shoot she did tell a story about how she just hosted a dinner party for a number of young girls, and she put dildos at each place setting,” the source said. “Ghislaine then described how during the dinner two guests, who were a couple, began demonstrating how to do the perfect fellatio on a man for all at the table. She was laughing about it.”

Since Epstein’s apparent suicide in a Manhattan federal jail last Saturday, questions have been mounting about Maxwell’s possible role in his alleged sex trafficking ring.

The 57-year-old — who has virtually disappeared from the public eye and whose lawyers have not responded to requests for comment — has been described over the years as the late multimillionaire financier’s girlfriend, closest pal and sex procurer.

Court papers unsealed Friday — just hours before Epstein was found “unresponsive” in his cell — also allege that she served as the “madam” in his alleged ring, recruiting young girls as well as engaging in threesomes with some of the victims. Maxwell has previously denied any wrongdoing.

Maxwell has virtually disappeared. Associates say she has most recently been living in Belgravia, London, but they have not been able to contact her since Epstein was arrested again in June and charged with sex trafficking.

Once a fixture on the New York social circuit, she has become low key in recent years as Epstein became a social pariah following his 2008 sex conviction.

Attorney General William Barr delivered a stern warning to the late pedophile’s cronies during a speech in New Orleans, saying, “Any co-conspirators should not rest easy.”

Barr did not name names, but the feds’ list is most likely headed by Maxwell.

The newly-unsealed court papers, part of a defamation suit that Maxwell settled with Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre shortly before a scheduled 2017 trial, said that “multiple witnesses” had testified that Maxwell was responsible for “recruiting, maintaining, harboring and trafficking girls for Epstein.”

Worse for Maxwell, the court papers allege that she was a “‘co-conspirator’ in Epstein’s sexual abuse,” taking “numerous sexually explicit photographs of underage girls involved in sexual activities” and engaging in three-way sex with Epstein and various girls, according to an opinion written by the late Manhattan federal Judge Robert Sweet.

Among the witnesses who testified against Maxwell — the socialite daughter of the late, disgraced British media mogul Robert Maxwell — during pre-trial proceedings was Rinaldo Rizzo, the house manager for her friend, and Epstein’s ex-girlfriend, Eva Dubin.

“Mr. Rizzo testified — through tears — how, while working at Dubin’s house, he observed bring a 15-year-old Swedish girl to Dubin’s house,” Giuffre lawyer Sigrid McCawley wrote in motion ­papers. “In distress, the 15-year-old girl tearfully explained to him that tried to force her to have sex with Epstein through threats and stealing her passport.”

A spokesman for Eva Dubin and her husband, Glenn Dubin, told us in a statement: “Glenn and Eva Dubin are outraged by the allegations against them in the unsealed court records and categorically reject them.”

Jeffrey Epstein (left) and Ghislaine Maxwell in 2005.Patrick McMullan via Getty Image

McCawley also wrote that it was an “undisputed fact” that one of Epstein’s private pilots, David Rodgers, “testified that he flew and Ms. Giuffre at least 23 times on Epstein’s jet, the ‘Lolita Express’ and that ‘GM’ on the flight log stands for Ghislaine Maxwell.”

Juan Alessi, the house manager at Epstein’s waterfront mansion in Palm Beach, Fla., testified that Maxwell was “one of the people who procured some of the over 100 girls he witnessed visit Epstein, and that he had to clean sex toys.”

Maxwell’s debt-ridden dad, a former member of British Parliament, went missing from his yacht while cruising off the Canary Islands in 1991. His naked body was found by a Spanish fisherman about 15 miles away, and three pathologists who examined Maxwell differed on the cause of death, blaming it on a heart attack and/or drowning.

She is last believed to have been living in London, where she has a historic townhouse in the swank Belgravia section near Hyde Park and a brick country cottage about 90 miles southwest of the city.

She was last photographed in public by The Post, which in January 2015 caught her coming out of an Upper East Side townhouse in which she lived at the time.

The five-story, Beaux Arts mansion at 116 E. 65th St., about nine blocks from Epstein’s townhouse at 9 E. 71st St., was purchased for $5 million in July 2000 by a limited-liability company that was represented by Epstein’s longtime lawyer Darren Indyke. The property was sold for nearly $15.1 million in April 2016.

In the past, Maxwell has reportedly spoken glibly about recruiting girls at spas and trailer parks and getting them to sexually service Epstein. A source close to Maxwell told Vanity Fair, “Ghislaine was in love with Jeffrey the way she was in love with her father. She always thought if she just did one more thing for him, to please him, he would marry her.”

The source added of Maxwell’s attitude towards these young girls procured for sex: “When I asked what she thought of the underage girls, she looked at me and said, ‘they’re nothing, these girls. They are trash’.”

As well as recruiting the girls for Epstein, she would also allegedly groom them for sex, encouraging them to undergo Brazilian waxes and learn about certain sexual techniques.

Maxwell also provided Epstein with an entry into British society, including his friendship with Prince Andrew that lasted until the sex offender’s arrest in June.

Maxwell also carefully massaged Epstein’s alleged friendship with President Bill Clinton. She was photographed at the former first daughter Chelsea Clinton’s lavish July 2010 wedding to Marc Mezvinsky.

She was photographed smiling front and center at the ceremony as President Clinton walked a beaming Chelsea down the aisle in Rhinebeck, NY.

Maxwell was a guest at the nuptials alongside the cream of Washington, DC — despite Epstein having been convicted of soliciting prostitution from underage girls. Clinton insists he had cut ties to Epstein after his arrest over allegations of sex with girls as young as 14.

The last time that Maxwell was seen on the social scene in NYC was in October 2016.

She joined Samantha Boardman, Gigi Mortimer and Candace Bushnell as they attended the VIP Evening of Conversation for Women’s Brain Health Initiative, moderated by Tina Brown at Spring Studios.

A socialite who often partied with Ghislaine told the Post: “What’s crazy — now — is that other women liked her and really thought she was a ‘girl’s girl.’

“I would see her at parties and she seemed perfectly lovely — but then I would hear these stories about her.

“A friend of mine has a whole theory about her, that Epstein was like her father Robert Maxwell, who himself is believed to have had some strange sexual practices.”

Calls to Ghislaine’s Belgravia mansion went unanswered, while calls to her US cell went to voicemail — and she didn’t return messages.

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TV Pilot Season 2020: TheWrap’s Complete Guide

It’s pilot season — when broadcast networks decide which of dozens of prospective shows should become full-fledged series.TheWrap’s complete network pilot guide will keep you up to speed on the status of every project under consideration by ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC. In cases where they’ve already ordered a show to series, we’ll say so.Check back often for regular updates.ABC: Comedy / DramaCBS: Comedy / DramaThe CW: DramaFox: Comedy / DramaNBC: Comedy / Drama ABC COMEDYMY VILLAGE Writer(s): Kari Lizer Studio: Sony Pictures Television, ABC Studios Logline: An empty-nester mom wonders how she ended up alone while her children live their best lives thousands of miles away. 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20 Celebrity Throwback Pictures That Prove Stars *Are* Just Like Us

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We all have those moments when we take out the old photo album and cringe at our photos from way back when. Whether they’re your middle school yearbook pictures or high school prom, everyone has an era in their lives when they had the most questionable haircuts, fashion sense, and eyebrow shapes.

When we look at the most gorgeous celebrities, it’s hard to imagine a time when they ever looked like us. Thankfully, however, some of our faves are more than happy to share their throwback photos and laugh at themselves with us. Here are 20 celebrity throwbacks that make us feel less terrible about our old photos.


Jessica Biel

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Yes, even Jessica Biel herself has a dodgy photo of her doing the rounds. We don’t know what’s worse — a bad photo of you above your parents’ fireplace, or one from a red carpet at what we can assume was a massive event. Jessica captioned her hilarious throwback: “Throwing it back to when the season’s hottest accessories were visible tan lines and a general look of confusion.” We’ve definitely all been there with awful tan lines, but we need to find the person responsible for letting Jessica wear a boob tube with tan lines like that. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Kim Kardashian

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Ok so maybe Kim Kardashian is the only person who looked her best in 7th grade. She uploaded this pic of herself when she was about 12 or 13, so why does she look older than us now? We’re not sure whether Kim was actually on school grounds when this photo was taken, but what school would allow a child to wear heels to class?! We can’t even walk in heels properly now, let alone ten years ago. Kim’s outfit and hair in this photo are glorious, so the only thing we can possibly relate to is that lipstick shade. Anyone else go through a phase of wearing red lipstick and no other makeup? Same. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Rachel Zoe

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Rachel Zoe was probably one of the biggest celebrity stylists out there, so it’s no surprise that she dressed the Backstreet Boys back in their all-white Millenium days. There are lots of things we love and hate about this post captioned: “Rewind to where it all began this 📸 of me and my then clients.” Nobody can deny that these white, oversized jackets/pants were just an absolute no. In saying this, we’re living for Rachel’s dark lip and waterfall layers — very nineties chic. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Gabrielle Union

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Gabrielle Union looks like she could give Troy Bolton a run for his money in this throwback photo she posted to Instagram in 2018. “Baller… Runnin point since 84′ #tbt,” the actress captioned the pic of herself from back in high school. Although we’re not quite sold on the white trainers and thick tube socks, one thing that can’t be argued is that this photo proves Gabrielle doesn’t age. The 46-year-old was 12 when this photo was taken of her, but 34 years later she still has gorge glowing skin. What’s your secret, Union? ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Heather Dubrow

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Reality star Heather Dubrow knows that there are a few questionable fashion faux pas in this photo, but she still posted it anyway — good for her! The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star posted this throwback from when she was a freshman in college and there is a lot to process. We need to know how she possibly could achieve that much volume in her hair, but also love the fact that her dress was a hand-me-down from her mom. Although we’re not sure such a big bow would fly today, we’ve definitely seen worse formal pictures. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Jenna Dewan

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Jenna Dewan’s throwback photo is the reason we were all very jealous of the cheerleaders back in high school. This one kind of makes us feel a little worse about our high school photos if we’re honest, but did anyone expect anything less from Jenna? The professional dancer posted this picture from her cheerleading days back in Texas, and we have to admit — she looks super cute, even with her extremely voluminious hair. “#tbt to Texas high school cheerleader days ❤️” Jenna wrote under the pic, where she can be seen sporting that Kim K. dark lippie. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

John Mayer

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From *knowing* John Mayer today, we can probably assume what type of guy he was back in high school. This throwback picture from 1995, when John was was just 18, is pretty telling. The photo shows John and his former bandmates looking super goofy, while John wears a t-shirt with nothing but the words “soil me” written across the chest. “#tbt 1995. My high school band. Joe, Tim, Rich and myself. I suppose if you’re dying to know why my shirt reads “SOIL ME” I could drum up an answer for you. What can I say? I was an interesting boy,” John captioned the photo. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Rashida Jones & Tracee Ellis Ross

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Actresses Rashida Jones and Tracee Ellis Ross have been friends for some time now and this throwback Instagram post clearly proves it. Tracee posted this photo of her and Rashida back in 2000 when they were fresh out of high school. Tracee captioned the photo with two baby emojis, which is literally what the two stars look like. We don’t know what’s worse — Rashida’s diamonte necklace, her slicked back ponytail, or both gals’ throwback poses. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Reese Witherspoon

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Reese Witherspoon is the QUEEN of posting the best throwback photos and we love her for it. The actress definitely isn’t afraid to laugh at her outfit decisions from way back when, which means we’re totally within our rights to laugh at her too, right? This photo of Reese from the ’90s is bringing back all kinds of flashbacks for us — the space buns, chokers, thin eyebrows, and … is that a lick of gray/blue eyeshaddow we see there? Like every other ’90s baby, Reese thanks Gwen Stefani for this style inspo. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Melissa Joan Hart

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Another ’90s icon, Melissa Joan Hart — AKA the OG Sabrina the teenage witch — is rocking a number of ’90s fashion disasters that we were all guilty of at one point in our life — no bra, not a stitch of makeup (other than that kohl black liner — we see you), a crop top, the LOWEST of the low rise jeans, and a mini designer bag — whether it’s real or not we’ll never know. There was only one hashtag Melissa could use to describe this iconic look, and that was #nothingbutzipper. This one will go down in history as one of our faves. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Drew Barrymore

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Drew Barrymore didn’t hold anything back with this throwback pic from her formative years. The actress is just 12-years-old in this photo, so she was yet to experiene the turmoils and even more fashion disasters of high school. Drew is sporting some frizzy hair, a terribly cut fringe, some pastel purple eyeshadow on her lids, and some good old fashioned braces — wires still in tact. It’s ironic, because the actress now owns her very own beauty label, which she didn’t let people forget in the caption. “TGIF (talk about come as you are!) 12 and loving it. Ps I have a beauty company! Hahahaha @flowerbeauty.” ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Kyle Richards

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Reality star Kyle Richards didn’t just bring herself back down to reality with this throwback photo, but also her sisters and niece. The 50-year-old posted this photo from when she was just 20 years of age with her fellow socialite sisters. We weren’t going to draw attention to the caterpillar in the room, but seeing as Kyle did — we may as well. Those are some SERIOUS brows, girl! Along with her furry friends, Kyle is sporting a long braid and fluffy fringe (which we think was ahead of its time in 1989). “#eyebrowsnotonfleek” ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Justin Timberlake

Instagram / Mandy Moore

Lest we forget the ULTIMATE throwback that was Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears’s double denim disaster, but this throwback is one you may not have seen before. Thanks to sweet Mandy Moore, this photo of her and JT exists. The pic was taken in 1999 when Mandy was the opening act for Justin and the rest of the NSYNC boys. The photo brings us bucket hats, diamond earrings, and Ambercrombie & Fitch t-shirts — much of the things that haunt us from our past. “Summer of 1999. Abercrombie tshirts and bucket hats. Opening for this guy and his band. Look at my nervous smile!” was Mandy’s caption. Why is she the sweetest? ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Kris Jenner

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Kris Jenner definitely knows how to have a laugh, so it’s no surprise she’s participated in the #TBT challenge before. The momager shared this old photo of herself back in 2016 with the simple caption “That’s me on the left!” It’s not clear what age Kris is in the photo, but she can’t be more than a teenager. Despite the photo having probably been taken in the ’60s or ’70s, Kris looks amazing … aside from the outfit, obviously. Ditch the frumpy dress and white tights and she’s a dead ringer for her eldest daughter, Kourtney Kardashian. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Blake Lively

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Blake Lively is a big throwback fan, and we really can’t thank her enough for it. We all know what Blake was at as a teenager — frolicking around the upper east side with her Gossip Girl co-stars — so here’s a picture of her when she was just a little kid. Blake did her growing up in the ’90s (she was born in 1987), and everything about this photo brings back the nostalgia for us. “Chillin’ with my homies… #throwbackthursday #tbt,” the actress captioned the picture, where she sits in the middle of her friends or family members in a way-too-big t-shirt. It’s good to know that even celebrities faced the hand-me-down struggles, too. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Armie Hammer

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Armie Hammer made us all feel #blessed that we never took a crazy hair dye to our heads as a teen. He posted this HILARIOUS photograph of him and his mom back in the early 2000s when he was barely a teenager. The Social Network star isn’t only rocking some standard noughties spikes, but they’re also a shade of Gatorade blue, which is both shocking and thoroughly entertaining. Armie thanked his mom for “putting up with me” in the caption of the post, and also wrote “the early 2000s, fashion wise, were rough.” We can relate. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Dax Shepard

Instagram / Kristen Bell

Dax Shepard didn’t post this photo himself, we have his amazing wife Kristen Bell to thank for that! This post shows Dax in what looks like a class photo, and he definitely can’t be more than 10-years-old. If we’re being honest … the 44-year-old actor kind of looks the exact same in the picture as he does now, don’t you think? Aside from the terrible bowl cut, that is, which was a staple for boys in the ’80s — thanks for that, moms! All we want to know is how come boys are born with that shade of blonde hair and we have to pay a salon $500 for it? HUH? ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Jennifer Love Hewitt

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Jennifer Love Hewitt has always been a cutie and this picture proves it. The actress uploaded this pic back in 2017 of her first grade photo, in which she looks like arguably the cutest kid ever. “#tbt school pic from first grade. Gotta love a little kid school smile. I never grew out of mine,” was the caption the actress left under the photo, but although she says otherwise, we can’t help but feel she definitely “grew out” of loving school at some stage! Those pink bows scream “my mom made me wear this.” ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Mandy Moore

Instagram / Mandy Moore

We will be eternally grateful to Mandy Moore for providing us with continuous #throwback content. The actress posted this photo of herself from 7th grade with the caption: “7th grade fake smile #tbt,” which we definitely think is a little more realistic than Jennifer’s caption from the slide previous. Nobody liked getting their school photos taken — it’s just a fact! That lobbed bob is a hairstyle all ’90s kids rocked at one time or another. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Jesse Williams

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Now that’s more like it, Jesse Williams! Show us a picture that accurately depicted how we all felt in elementary school. The 37-year-old actor posted a #TBT in 2017 of one of his school photos where he’s wearing a Chicago Bulls jersey. We can relate to Jesse with this post because in his caption he writes about how he wore that very same jersey every day. “#TBT I wore my beloved reversible @ChicagoBulls jersey every damn day- Monday: white side. Tuesday: red side. Wednesday: white side. Thursday: red side. Friday: dealer’s choice! Really actin’ like I had more than one piece of name brand gear.” He even included the hashtag “BrokeSwag.” At least he was real! ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT

Who doesn’t love a good #TBT? Since the rise of social media, people around the world have been sharing Throwback Thursday pictures on a weekly basis, giving their followers a glimpse at memories ranging from their childhood to dreamy vacations and even past relationships.

The sneaker blog Nice Kicks is widely attributed with starting the practice of regularly posting old photos and videos on platforms including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook in 2006. Since then, #TBT and #ThrowbackThursday have become two of the most-used hashtags in Instagram history, all while giving Us the nostalgia feels.

Members of the Kardashian-Jenner family are known to routinely upload #TBTs (and the occasional, albeit less popular, Flashback Friday) on their Instagram accounts, typically to celebrate one another’s birthdays.

Kim Kardashian is also sentimental every year when her and Kanye West’s wedding anniversary rolls around. To celebrate five years down in May 2019, she shared a ton of never-before-seen snaps from the couple’s nuptials, writing, “This was my wedding day almost 5 years ago in Italy. We flew in from Paris and our glam was rushed as we were trying to make it on time! We barely got my veil in as I was being pushed out the door so fast to walk down the aisle because Andrea Bocelli had started singing and I couldn’t miss it. I had no idea it was really him until I got to the isle and screamed inside! So many amazing memories.”

Other celebrities who aren’t shy about digging through old photo albums include Sofia Vergara, Joe Jonas, Ariana Grande, Gwen Stefani, Justin Timberlake, Chrissy Teigen and Ryan Reynolds.

Scroll down to see some of the stars who have posted their best throwbacks on social media!

The former first daughter looked prettier than ever as she showed off her growing baby bump while out with a friend in New York City on July 12.

Chelsea Clinton, 39, looked pretty while enjoying a relaxing outing in New York City on July 12. The mom-of-two is due to expect her third child with husband Marc Mezvinsky, 41. The pregnant mom showed off her baby bump in a chic black frock that hit just above the knee. The daughter of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was all smiles as she made her way through the Big Apple. She wore her hair golden blonde tresses down stick straight and swept to one side to highlight her stunning features.

Chelsea accessorized her loose-fitting number with a pair of conservative nude flats, which was quite the departure from her beloved nude pumps that have likely become too uncomfortable for her in the final weeks of her pregnancy.

Chelsea and Marc wed in 2010 and are already parents to Charlotte, 4, and Aidan, 2. She announced her third pregnancy in a tweet on Jan. 22, telling her followers, “Marc and I have loved watching Charlotte be such a wonderful big sister and we’re excited to watch Aidan become a big brother! We cannot wait to meet our newest addition later this summer.”

Heavily Pregnant Chelsea Clinton shows her Belly Bump while out for a business meeting with a friend in New York City on July 12. Clinton is expecting her third baby with husband Marc Mezvinsky

Fans were thrilled for the proud mom and happily responded with congratulatory messages. “So very happy for you! Following you on Twitter has made me see you separate from being the ‘daughter’. You, yourself are gifted with a quick wit, humor, common sense and use it so effectively to diffuse hatred. May you have a healthy baby and a joyful 2019,” one person tweeted.

We reported earlier that the former first daughter revealed the little tricks that her oldest child plays to push back her bedtime during a GMA interview on April 3. “We read every night to our little ones and thankfully they love books,” she said. “It’s also our daughter’s favorite strategy to push bedtime back. She knows it’s very hard to say no to one more book, just one more book.”

Too cute! Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton were all smiles as they were spotted in New York City following their appearance on The View. The mother-daughter duo paid a visit to the daytime talk show to chat about their new book, The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience.

Chelsea, 39, was first seen arriving at The View ahead of their joint visit on Wednesday, October 2. The global health advocate was glowing as she stepped out of her car wearing a black dress underneath a beige coat. The mom of three tied the look together with a pair of nude heels and wore her long, brunette tresses over her shoulders.

Hillary, on the other hand, looked just as gorgeous as she was spotted leaving The View hours later. The 71-year-old politician — who shares her only child with longtime husband Bill Clinton — looked happier than ever as she donned a white blazer that featured black stripes and a pair of black dress pants. So stylish!

The inspiring twosome joined hosts at the round table to chat about the new book they co-authored. According to the book’s publisher, Simon & Schuster, Hillary and Chelsea’s new book tells the stories of “the gutsy women who have inspired them — women with the courage to stand up to the status quo, ask hard questions, and get the job done.”

In the book, the two ladies highlighted over 100 woman who have inspired them. During a chat with Amy Robach on Good Morning America on October 1, they opened up about their new book and how they eventually chose which stories to tell.

“We’ve been talking about women who have inspired us our whole lives,” Hillary said, before her daughter chimed in. “So many of my earliest memories are my mother talking about women who inspired her,” Chelsea added. “In many ways, it’s just a continuation of what we started over 30 years ago.” Aww!

The mother-daughter pair even gushed about the opportunity to work on another book together. “Oh, it was so much fun. Such a joy. We laugh a lot, as you can tell,” Chelsea said. “It’s just so much fun to continue to learn about my mom and to learn with her and to have created something together.”

We love Hillary and Chelsea so much!

To see pics from their mother-daughter outing at The View, be sure to scroll through the gallery below!

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