Joe Biden's Granddaughter Naomi Biden Will Be Married on the South Lawn of the White House

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Joe Biden's Granddaughter Naomi Biden Will Be Married on the South Lawn of the White House
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Joe Biden's eldest granddaughter Naomi Biden will have a White House wedding reception. First Lady Jill Biden's communications director Elizabeth Alexander confirmed to CNN that a White House wedding reception is set for November 19.

"The first family, the couple, and their parents are still in the planning stages of all of the wedding festivities and look forward to announcing further details in the coming months," Alexander said, per reporter Kate Bennett.

In July, Naomi noted that their ceremony will be on the South Lawn.

Naomi and her fiancé Peter Neal first shared the happy news of their engagement on Instagram over Labor Day weekend last year, with a photo taken in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Naomi simply captioned the post, which shows off her stunning new ring, "Forever,"—and the comment section quickly filled with congratulatory messages for the Columbia Law School graduate and her husband-to-be.

Naomi is the oldest daughter of the President's son Hunter Biden. She currently lives in Washington, D.C., and has previously commented on how glad she is to have her grandparents living nearby. The President and First Lady are "just a few miles away from my apartment, so I can go steal some food," Naomi said in an interview on Today earlier this year, appearing alongside Biden's other granddaughters and her aunt, Ashley Biden.

And even before popping the question, Peter was already getting accustomed to being a part of a political family. Last year, he accompanied Naomi to Joe Biden's inauguration.

Later this year, the happy couple will join a long tradition of wedding receptions in the White House. Most recently Jenna Bush, the daughter of George W. Bush, had her reception at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue a month after she officially tied the knot.


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