Clinton: I'll probably be an unbearable grandmother

As U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton is familiar with navigating personal and political minefields in the public eye. But there's one milestone she's anticipating with apprehension: becoming a grandmother.
Speaking in the March issue of Harper's Bazaar, Mrs Clinton said that she'd probably be an 'unbearable' grandmother, but she'd love it if her newly-married daughter, Chelsea, were to have children. She said of the suggestion: 'Well, no pressure, because I don't want to be one of those kinds of mothers. But obviously, someday, I'd love it.'
When asked what kind of grandmother she thought she'd be, she added: 'Probably an unbearable one - the kind who is saying, "Oh, my gosh, I'll take the child, I'll do whatever you need to get done."'
Mrs Clinton, whose daughter, 30, married investment banker Marc Mezvinsky last July, looked elegant in a grey tailored suit and pearls in the magazine. And though she's taken hits from the press for her fashion choices, she doesn't shy away from making bold statements with her accessories. She said that fashion has the ability to be a unifying force for women the world over. 'I do love a good handbag,' she said. 'I think they could be either a great divider or uniter.