WHITE PLAINS, NY (WTVM) - After a devastating electoral defeat Tuesday, former Secretary of State and first lady Hillary Clinton took a walk - and was spotted in New York on Thursday.
Margot Gerster spotted the most current Democratic presidential nominee in upstate New York walking with her husband and dogs - just one day after she conceded to President-elect Donald Trump.
Gerster posted the candid photo to her Facebook on Thursday.
She said Clinton was kind during their encounter, and willing to take a photo as Gerster carried her daughter on her back during her hike.
Gerster told CNN's Out Front with Erin Burnett that it was an "incredible" moment.
"It was completely by chance and kind of amazing. I mean I literally hike that trail almost everyday um and so this is sorta incredible to randomly run into Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton two days after the election," Gerster said.
She also told Burnett that she spotted the former president first.
"I think I recognized him first before her and once I realized it was her I think my face was just like, awkward, huge, grinning smile, like 'Oh my God' like band-girling almost it was pretty hilarious," Gerster said.
Her friend, Gregory Locke, also shared the photo, helping it go viral. He wrote: