WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 16: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers remarks while being honored during the Children's Defense Fund's Beat the Odds Celebration at the Newseum November 16, 2016 in Washington, DC. This was the first time Clinton had spoken in public since conceeding the presidential race to Republican Donald Trump. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton spotted Thanksgiving shopping in New York

Millions of people sat down with their families Thursday to enjoy Thanksgiving meals with their families, and Hillary Clinton was no exception. 

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The former Democratic presidential nominee, her husband and former president Bill, daughter Chelsea, and grandson, Aiden, were spotted inside of the Chappaqua Village Market on Wednesday afternoon. 

Hillary Clinton posed for some pictures with her fellow shoppers, who didn't expect to see the familiar face while gathering last minute holiday items.

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"They were so relaxed and shopping for Thanksgiving dinner at the local village market," Brittany Valente, 25, told NBC News. "They were so nice talking to everyone, wishing them happy holidays and at one point, Hillary said, 'We must stay strong together no matter what. Thank you for your support.'"

Valente, who said she has seen the Clintons around town before, said running into the family is always special.

"She was very happy, relaxed-looking," Linda Bosco, who also snapped a photo with the former presidential candidate, told The Telegraph. "She was with Bill, Chelsea, Marc, and her two grandchildren. The store was crowded with people picking up their Thanksgiving orders. She was very cordial, talking to people and taking a few photos, but was concentrating on her grandchildren as the store got more crowded."

Grocery store owner Vinny Milazzo said that the Clintons have been regulars since 1998.

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Zuri Davis contributed to this report.