Joe Biden’s granddaughter Naomi Biden married Peter Neill at the White House

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Naomi Biden, the granddaughter of US President Joe Biden, will marry Peter Neal, a graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania, on the South Lawn of the White House on Saturday. The bride in this wedding is the granddaughter of the President who is currently in office, making it the first such ceremony to take place in the White House. It will also be the 19th wedding to take place there since 1812, according to the BBC.

Hunter Biden’s ex-wife Kathleen Buhle gave birth to Naomi Biden. The oldest grandchild of Joe Biden is the 28-year-old. Her future husband Peter Neal works as an associate at Georgetown Law’s Center on National Security, despite the fact that she is an attorney.

On Thursday, Mr. Neal, 25, posted a picture of himself and his boyfriend standing in front of a chiffon-wrapped arch while holding hands. He stated that a self-timer was used to take the photo and captioned the post, “Gotta nail the money shot to acquire the licence to wed.”

The last four years have seen the couple together. In New York City in 2018, a mutual acquaintance hooked them up on a date, which led to the beginning of a love connection.

The emerald-cut diamond was placed in a setting that also included the band from his grandmother’s engagement ring when Mr. Neal proposed in September of last year. When asked how she should update on Twitter in July, Naomi Biden said she was “not sure how best to update.”

According to her, she and Mr “Finally, we’ve chosen the venue for the nuptials, and much to the secret service’s relief and with the dogs’ approval, we’ll be getting married on the South Lawn! Thrilled beyond belief .

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