Bill seems ready to take his place as first husband.

By Naja Rayne
Updated December 01, 2020 11:12 PM
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There’s no doubting how proud Bill Clinton is of his wife.

On Monday, the former president took over Hillary Clinton‘s Instagram account and shared photos of their time in New Hampshire, accompanied by some adorable captions.

“Getting some last minute advice from Hillary before introducing her to a rockin’ crowd in Hudson, New Hampshire WJC,” Clinton captioned a photo, in which the former Secretary of State speaks into his ear.

In a separate post, Clinton was open about how much work Hillary has gotten done, sharing his pride in the democratic candidate.

“Hillary’s worked hard every day to make the lives of millions of Americans better. I am so proud of her. WJC,” he wrote alongside a pic of the two sharing a hug on stage, as daughter Chelsea – who’s expecting her second child – applauds her parents.

Clinton isn’t the only one vocally rooting for his wife. Over the weekend, iconic feminists Gloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright made appearances of support at separate New Hampshire rallies, and Albright was very candid about her position.

“Young women you have to support Hillary Clinton. The story is not over! It’s not done and you have to help,” she said. “Hillary Clinton will always be there for you. And just remember, there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other.”

VIDEO: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Square Off at the New Hampshire Town Hall

While the comment left no question about who has Albright’s vote, it did leave Hillary doing some damage control. The presidential hopeful called the comment “a light-hearted but very pointed remark,” during her appearance on Meet the Press.

She added, “Madeline has been saying this for many, many years. She believes it firmly, in part because she knows what a struggle it has been, and she understands the struggle is not over.”