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Naomi Biden, president’s granddaughter, to be married on White House lawn

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Naomi Biden, president's granddaughter, to be married at White House

President Joe Biden with first lady Jill Biden and his granddaughter Naomi Biden with her fiance, Peter Neal, walk on South Lawn of the White House, where in fact the young couple’s wedding will need invest November. Photo by Yuri Gripas/UPI | License Photo

July 28 (UPI) — President Joe Biden‘s eldest granddaughter will get married this fall on the South Lawn of the White House.

Naomi Biden, 28, announced on social media marketing Thursday that she and fiance Peter Neal, 24, have finalized plans for the Nov. 19 ceremony.

“Much to the relief of Secret Service sufficient reason for the dogs’ endorsement… we’ll be engaged and getting married on the South Lawn!” tweeted Naomi Biden, the daughter of the president’s son Hunter Biden and his ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle. “Couldn’t become more excited.”

Naomi Biden and Neal dated for a long time. They first met while attending Columbia Law School.

Sooo uncertain how far better update but was likely to do so weeks hence…but we’ve finally determined where in fact the ceremony will undoubtedly be…and far to the relief of secret service sufficient reason for the dogs’ endorsement…we’ll be engaged and getting married on the South Lawn! Couldn’t become more excited pic.twitter.com/CHfvmJ9ZHL Naomi Biden (@NaomiBiden) July 28, 2022

The couple had previously said her presidential grandparents wanted to host the marriage at the White House, nonetheless it was not confirmed where.

The president and first lady have seven grandchildren.

“Peter and I are endlessly grateful to my Nana and Pop for the chance to celebrate our wedding at the White House,” Naomi Biden wrote in April, a couple of months after her engagement announcement last Labor Day. “We can not wait to create our commitment one to the other official and for what lies ahead.”


It’s been nearly ten years because the last wedding occurred at the White House, when President Barack Obama‘s official photographer, Pete Souza, married Patti Lease in the Rose Garden in October 2013.

Before that, President George W. Bush held a reception for his daughter, Jenna Bush, after she married Henry Hager in Texas in-may 2008.

Altogether, there were 18 full weddings and yet another four receptions hosted at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., based on the White House Historical Association.

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