The Vice President of the United States is about to get a new son-in-law.
Mike Pence's 26-year-old daughter, Charlotte, announced over the weekend that her boyfriend, Henry Bond, popped the question in a romantic beach proposal. "I said 'yes,' and then I said 'thanks' a lot because I didn't know what else to say," she wrote. "I love you. Let's do this."
Charlotte is currently pursuing her master's degree at Harvard Divinity School, where she recently finished her first year. She's a published author of three books, including 2018's "Where You Go: Life Lessons From My Father." Her future husband is a 2015 graduate of the US Naval Academy, according to his LinkedIn page.
In another Instagram post, Charlotte thanked her brother Michael's wife, Sarah, for first introducing her to Henry.
The exciting news means there are two weddings on the horizon for the Pence family: The VP's younger daughter, Audrey, is also engaged. The 24-year-old's beau proposed in February.
- This article was initially published on AOL.com: Mike Pence's 26-year-old daughter, Charlotte, is engaged