Like father, like daughter: In late 2000, as the First Daughter took on a number of official duties while her mother was running for the Senate, word broke that Chelsea, then 20, was dating Jeremy Kane, a fellow student at Stanford—and a
summer speechwriting intern at the White House. In fact, the pair had already been seeing each other back at Stanford, according to pals, where they were both students. "They were best friends before they dated," one said, while another noted they shared a passion for politics. Having dined with the twosome after a San Francisco Giants game, the football team's COO Larry Baer was equally impressed. "They were like a couple who had been together for years,"
Baer reported. "Lots of people paid attention to Chelsea—Chelsea paid attention to Jeremy." The romance seems to have fizzled after 18 months, and then Clinton took off to Oxford, where she met her next beau, Ian Klaus.