The mother and daughter talk to Decca Aitkenhead about their fears for each other's safety, being an emergency nanny to the grandchildren — and the gutsy women who change the world.

To have been a global household name since one's early teens is an experience ordinarily confined to child stars and sporting protégés. The few who owe their fame to their parents' jobs belong to an even smaller category; those whose celebrity endures to the age of 39 are fewer still. To owe it more to the work of one's mother rather than one's father places Chelsea Clinton in a

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