Joe Biden's Granddaughters Sported Monochrome Coats Alongside Jill Biden at the Inauguration

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On Jan. 20, Joe Biden was sworn in as president of the United States and delivered his acceptance speech in a custom Ralph Lauren suit - proof Dr. Jill Biden isn't the only stylish one in the White House. If you happened to look over President Biden's shoulder during the inauguration ceremony, you might have spotted his four granddaughters - Naomi Biden, Maisy Biden, Finnegan Biden, and Natalie Biden - showing off their own style games in monochrome coats paired with matching face masks and hand gloves.

The sleek outfits nicely complemented Jill Biden's own ocean-blue coat dress, which symbolizes "trust, confidence, and stability," according to a press release. Naomi Biden, Joe's oldest grandkid, sported an all-white outfit with a matching scarf and stood alongside her siblings, Maisy (in black) and Finnegan (in camel), and her cousin Natalie, who wore a rosy pink wool coat by Lafayette 148. Maisy even added a little extra flair to her look with a pair of Air Jordans. Robert Biden II - Joe Biden's grandson and Natalie's brother - also attended the ceremony, wearing a black suit with a matching mask and a striped red tie. Take a closer look at the Biden family's Inauguration Day outfits ahead.

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