Naomi Biden's White House wedding featured in Vogue



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Naomi Biden's White House wedding featured in Vogue

Naomi Biden, the granddaughter of Joe and Jill Biden, got married a few days ago in the White House garden. The crew of Vogue magazine followed during this ceremony. The chosen one of this girl, who is a lawyer by profession, is Peter Neal, who also recently graduated in law.

They met in 2018. They invited 250 guests to the wedding. However, they decided to keep the ceremony closed to the media. “We’re so close to our families, so we always knew we’d get married in someone’s backyard,” explains Naomi.

“I think if my pop weren’t president, it would probably be their house in Wilmington or Peter’s family’s backyard in Jackson [Wyoming]”. Naomi wore a Ralph Lauren wedding dress, which was covered in chantilly lace.

In an interview with the aforementioned magazine, she said that since childhood she dreamed of wearing a Grace Kelly dress. For the cover, she posed in Grandma Jill's arms.

President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden statement

“It has been a joy to watch Naomi grow, discover who she is, and carve out such an incredible life for herself,” said President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden in their statement.

“Now, we are filled with pride to see her choose Peter as her husband and we’re honored to welcome him to our family. We wish them days full of laughter and a love that grows deeper with every passing year”.

Their wedding, which took place the day before the 80th birthday of the President of the United States of America, was also attended by Naomi's parents, Hunter Biden and Kathleen Buhle. “Now we do wedding planning together, and she’s been super involved,” the bride says of her time with Nana.

“Naomi has a strong sense of herself and had a vision for her wedding,” says the first lady. “It was fun to see her finding so much joy in all the details”. "Peter and I are extremely grateful to my grandfather and grandmother for giving us the opportunity to get married in the White House.

We look forward to everything that lies ahead," said Naomi. By the way, Naomi was named after the president's older daughter, who died with her mother in a car accident in 1972, when she was just over a year old.