Joe Biden’s Granddaughter Weds, 19th Wedding In White House History

President Joe Biden ’s granddaughter Naomi Biden and Peter Neal were married Saturday in just the 19th wedding in the history of the White House, exchanging vows on the South Lawn in unseasonably cold temperatures in front of scores of family and friends.

The bride, who wore a long-sleeved, high-neck gown with a very long veil, and groom exchanged “I do’s” during a nippy late-morning ceremony in bright sunshine but with temperatures in the low 40s.

The 250 guests sat in white folding chairs and some wore scarves with their coats.

The newlyweds, who were dressed by American fashion designer Ralph Lauren, posed for photos afterward on the balcony, with the bride’s long veil flowing over the railing.

The south side of the White House, facing the lawn and Washington Monument in the distance, was decorated with wreaths and garland bearing white flowers.

The bride walked along an aisle that led from the Diplomatic Reception Room to an altar made up of shrubs and white flowers.

Naomi Biden’s father, Hunter Biden, sat in the front row on one side of the aisle, holding his toddler son, Beau.

It is the first White House wedding with a president’s granddaughter as the bride, and the first one ever on the South Lawn.

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