Naomi Biden to marry on South Lawn of White House in November

Hunter Biden’s daughter Naomi reveals she will be getting married on the South Lawn of the White House: President’s granddaughter set to tie the knot with beau Peter Neal in November

  • Naomi Biden announced she will hold her wedding on the South Lawn of the White House 
  • ‘Much to the relief of secret service and with the dogs’ endorsement…we’ll be getting married on the South Lawn! ,’ she wrote on Twitter 
  • She will tie the knot with fiance Peter Neal on November 19
  • She previously announced her reception will be at the White House 
  • Naomi and Peter got engaged last year 
  • She is the daughter of Hunter Biden and his ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle
  • White House has a long history of weddings and receptions

Naomi Biden announced on Thursday she will hold her wedding on the South Lawn of the White House when she ties the knot with fiance Peter Neal on November 19.

‘Sooo not sure how best to update but was supposed to do so weeks ago…but we have finally figured out where the ceremony will be…and much to the relief of secret service and with the dogs’ endorsement…we’ll be getting married on the South Lawn! Couldn’t be more excited,’ she wrote on Twitter, adding a photo of the South Lawn with the Washington Monument and Jefferson Memorial visible in the distance. 

Naomi, the daughter of Hunter Biden, previously announced that Joe and Jill Biden were going to host her wedding reception at the White House but had not said where the actual wedding would take place.

At the time, the East Wing said the president and first lady would pay for their granddaughter’s wedding reception. 

Holding the wedding at 1600 Pennsyvlania Avenue makes it much easier for the level of security required where ever the president goes. 

And holding on the South Lawn, instead in the Rose Garden, which is where previous White House weddings have taken place, will allow for many, many more guests. The Biden clan is a large one and they are known for holding large gatherings for momentous family events. 

There have been 18 weddings hosted by presidents and first ladies at the White House. Naomi’s will be number 19. 

Naomi and Peter Biden will have their wedding and reception at the White House on Nov. 19

Naomi and Peter Biden will have their wedding and reception at the White House on Nov. 19

The couple, who were set up by a mutal friend, got engaged in September

The couple, who were set up by a mutal friend, got engaged in September

Naomi and Peter at the White House on inauguration night in January 2021, with the South Lawn visible behind them

Naomi and Peter at the White House on inauguration night in January 2021, with the South Lawn visible behind them

Naomi Biden, 28,  got engaged to her longtime boyfriend Peter Neal, 24, in September.

It’s not been revealed who will design her dress but Naomi and her sister Finnegan were spotted at the Ralph Lauren runway show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in late March.  

Peter Neal was with them. 

Naomi is the daughter president’s son Hunter Biden and his ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle.

She is a lawyer based in Washington D.C. Peter finished up law school at the University of Pennsylvania.

The couple has dated for about four years, after meeting in New York City where they were set up on a date by a mutual friend.

Peter proposed near his childhood home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, with a ring that includes the band of his grandmother’s engagement ring.

President Joe Biden's granddaughters Naomi (center) and Finnegan (right) attended the Ralph Lauren fashion show in New York City on Tuesday with Naomi's fiancé, Peter Neal (left)

President Joe Biden’s granddaughters Naomi (center) and Finnegan (right) attended the Ralph Lauren fashion show in New York City on Tuesday with Naomi’s fiancé, Peter Neal (left) 

President Joe Biden (L), wearing a mask, departs The Hamilton restaurant, where he had lunch with granddaughters Finnegan (R) and Naomi (C) and Naomi's fiance Peter Neal (back) on February 16

President Joe Biden (L), wearing a mask, departs The Hamilton restaurant, where he had lunch with granddaughters Finnegan (R) and Naomi (C) and Naomi’s fiance Peter Neal (back) on February 16

The Biden family in Detroit during the 2020 presidential primary, including Hunter's then gilfriend Melissa Cohen (second from left), and Hunter and Finnegan (the two at the end on the right) with Joe and Jill in the middle

The Biden family in Detroit during the 2020 presidential primary, including Hunter’s then gilfriend Melissa Cohen (second from left), and Hunter and Finnegan (the two at the end on the right) with Joe and Jill in the middle

First daughter Tricia Nixon married Ed Cox in the Rose Garden on June 12, 1971 in one of the more famous White House weddings; her father, President Richard Nixon, walked her down the aisle

First daughter Tricia Nixon married Ed Cox in the Rose Garden on June 12, 1971 in one of the more famous White House weddings; her father, President Richard Nixon, walked her down the aisle

The last wedding to take place at the White House was on October 19, 2013, when Pesident Barack Obama’s photographer Pete Souza married Patti Lease in the Rose Garden. Obama attended.

The last family weddings were when on May 28, 1994 when Anthony Rodham – Hillary Clinton’s brother – married Nicole Boxer during Bill Clinton’s tenure. 

First daughter Tricia Nixon married Ed Cox in the Rose Garden on June 12, 1971 in one of the more famous White House weddings.  Her father, President Richard Nixon, walked her down the aisle. 

There also is a long history of presidential children getting married at the residence or holding a reception there. James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, John Tyler and Ulysses S. Grant all saw weddings during their tenures.

Modern first daughters Chelsea Clinton and Jenna Hager got married else where.

Chelsea’s father was not president at the time of her wedding. Jenna’s father was and George W. Bush hosted a reception for his daughter at the White House although her wedding was in their home state of Texas. 

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