Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wears a charm bracelet with an image of her granddaughter Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky as she speaks during a Bronx Organizing Event on April 13, 2016 in the Bronx borough of New York.
camera (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wears a charm bracelet with an image of her granddaughter Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky as she speaks during a Bronx Organizing Event on April 13, 2016 in the Bronx borough of New York.

For more than two decades, Hillary Clinton has been in the public eye, her appearance — changing hairstyles, evolving pantsuits — constantly scrutinized and discussed.

While the campaign trail this year has been no different (in fact, it’s even something Clinton herself makes light of), there is one item in the Democratic presidential candidate's wardrobe that has gotten less attention, but holds more significance.

Clinton wears a gold chain link charm bracelet on her left wrist that has one round charm dangling off of it: A small, framed photo of her 19-month-old granddaughter, Charlotte.

Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wears a charm bracelet with an image of her granddaughter Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky as she speaks during a Bronx Organizing Event on April 13, 2016 in the Bronx borough of New York.( Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wears a charm bracelet with an image of her granddaughter Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky as she speaks during a Bronx Organizing Event on April 13, 2016 in the Bronx borough of New York.

The bracelet -- which Clinton has worn nearly every day since the start of her campaign over a year ago -- was a present from her husband, former president Bill Clinton.

Hillary Clinton's granddaughter has been a central talking point of her campaign. One of her first two television ads included a photo of her and Bill Clinton with Charlotte. And she ends nearly every speech talking about how her granddaughter has inspired her to run for president.

While traveling on the trail, Clinton uses FaceTime to talk with her granddaughter. She also builds in time to go home to New York to see her.

Democratic presidential hopeful and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) shows her bracelet to attendees at the conclusion of a roundtable discussion with students and educators at the Kirkwood Community College Jones County Regional Center on April 14, 2015 in Monticello, Iowa.(Getty Images) Democratic presidential hopeful and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) shows her bracelet to attendees at the conclusion of a roundtable discussion with students and educators at the Kirkwood Community College Jones County Regional Center on April 14, 2015 in Monticello, Iowa.

Both Hillary and Bill Clinton share a sentimental attachment to the jewelry that they wear daily.

The former president also wears a bracelet on his right wrist that he says he has not taken off in over ten years.

Former president Bill Clinton speaks during a "get out the caucus" event for his wife, democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in Davenport, Iowa on January 29, 2016. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Former president Bill Clinton speaks during a "get out the caucus" event for his wife, democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in Davenport, Iowa on January 29, 2016.

The woven bracelet was a present from the Colombian children’s music group, Los Niños del Vallenato, who first met Clinton when they performed in the White House during his administration. The music leader of the group, which sings and dances for peace, was later kidnapped by Marxist rebels and killed.

Clinton says he wears the bracelet to honor the strength of the Colombian people during their 40-year civil war.

“When I go to Africa they ask me about it, when I go to the Middle East they ask me about it,” Clinton once said about the bracelet during a trip to the Bogota, according to the Associated Press. "All over the world they ask me about this bracelet."