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The White House Prepares to Host Naomi Biden's Wedding

The White House Prepares to Host Naomi Biden's Wedding

US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will host the wedding of their granddaughter, Naomi, at the White House in a rare event.

The White House Prepares to Host Naomi Biden's Wedding US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will host the wedding of their granddaughter, Naomi, at the White House in a rare event.  Biden's granddaughter, 28, and her fiancé, Peter Neal, 24, will celebrate their wedding in the most private place in the United States.  Naomi said she was "infinitely grateful" to her grandfather and grandmother for the honor.  The presidential house has hosted four other weddings in the past.  Naomi, a law school graduate from Columbia University and the daughter of Hunter Biden and Kathleen Ball, announced her engagement to Neil, a law student at the University of Pennsylvania, last September.  Naomi will be the fifth bride to be married at the White House in November.  The last wedding ceremony was held at the White House in 2008, when Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of former President George W. Bush, celebrated her wedding, a month after her wedding ceremony in Texas.  In fact, it was common for the White House to host the same official wedding ceremonies, 18 in total, but parties are a rare occurrence.  Since the first White House wedding in 1812 - between First Lady's sister Dolly Madison and Thomas Todd - most festivities have been attended by close family members of the president and his wife.  The wedding of Nellie Grant, daughter of President Ulysses Grant, in May 1874, was the most elaborate and meticulous event ever held in the White House at the time.  That day, 250 guests gathered in the East Room, which was decorated with white flowers, an indigo dress of white satin and a tail of six feet. However, as with many weddings, it was also stressful. President Grant and his wife were said to have been concerned about their 19-year-old daughter's marriage to diplomat Algernon Sartoris.  Recent White House weddings have included that of Linda Bird Johnson, daughter of President Lyndon Johnson, who wed Charles Spital Robb in a grand ceremony in the East Room in 1967. In 1971, Tricia Nixon, daughter of President Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon, was the first to Her wedding ceremony is held in the Rose Garden of the White House.  The most recent White House wedding, in 2013, did not include the president's family, and that was the wedding of Pete Souza, President Barack Obama's chief White House photographer, to his fiancée, Patty Lise, in the Rose Garden.


Biden's granddaughter, 28, and her fiancé, Peter Neal, 24, will celebrate their wedding in the most private place in the United States.


Naomi said she was "infinitely grateful" to her grandfather and grandmother for the honor.


The presidential house has hosted four other weddings in the past.


Naomi, a law school graduate from Columbia University and the daughter of Hunter Biden and Kathleen Ball, announced her engagement to Neil, a law student at the University of Pennsylvania, last September.


Naomi will be the fifth bride to be married at the White House in November.


The last wedding ceremony was held at the White House in 2008, when Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of former President George W. Bush, celebrated her wedding, a month after her wedding ceremony in Texas.


In fact, it was common for the White House to host the same official wedding ceremonies, 18 in total, but parties are a rare occurrence.


Since the first White House wedding in 1812 - between First Lady's sister Dolly Madison and Thomas Todd - most festivities have been attended by close family members of the president and his wife.


The wedding of Nellie Grant, daughter of President Ulysses Grant, in May 1874, was the most elaborate and meticulous event ever held in the White House at the time.


That day, 250 guests gathered in the East Room, which was decorated with white flowers, an indigo dress of white satin and a tail of six feet. However, as with many weddings, it was also stressful. President Grant and his wife were said to have been concerned about their 19-year-old daughter's marriage to diplomat Algernon Sartoris.


Recent White House weddings have included that of Linda Bird Johnson, daughter of President Lyndon Johnson, who wed Charles Spital Robb in a grand ceremony in the East Room in 1967. In 1971, Tricia Nixon, daughter of President Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon, was the first to Her wedding ceremony is held in the Rose Garden of the White House.


The most recent White House wedding, in 2013, did not include the president's family, and that was the wedding of Pete Souza, President Barack Obama's chief White House photographer, to his fiancée, Patty Lise, in the Rose Garden.

The White House Prepares to Host Naomi Biden's Wedding US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will host the wedding of their granddaughter, Naomi, at the White House in a rare event.  Biden's granddaughter, 28, and her fiancé, Peter Neal, 24, will celebrate their wedding in the most private place in the United States.  Naomi said she was "infinitely grateful" to her grandfather and grandmother for the honor.  The presidential house has hosted four other weddings in the past.  Naomi, a law school graduate from Columbia University and the daughter of Hunter Biden and Kathleen Ball, announced her engagement to Neil, a law student at the University of Pennsylvania, last September.  Naomi will be the fifth bride to be married at the White House in November.  The last wedding ceremony was held at the White House in 2008, when Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of former President George W. Bush, celebrated her wedding, a month after her wedding ceremony in Texas.  In fact, it was common for the White House to host the same official wedding ceremonies, 18 in total, but parties are a rare occurrence.  Since the first White House wedding in 1812 - between First Lady's sister Dolly Madison and Thomas Todd - most festivities have been attended by close family members of the president and his wife.  The wedding of Nellie Grant, daughter of President Ulysses Grant, in May 1874, was the most elaborate and meticulous event ever held in the White House at the time.  That day, 250 guests gathered in the East Room, which was decorated with white flowers, an indigo dress of white satin and a tail of six feet. However, as with many weddings, it was also stressful. President Grant and his wife were said to have been concerned about their 19-year-old daughter's marriage to diplomat Algernon Sartoris.  Recent White House weddings have included that of Linda Bird Johnson, daughter of President Lyndon Johnson, who wed Charles Spital Robb in a grand ceremony in the East Room in 1967. In 1971, Tricia Nixon, daughter of President Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon, was the first to Her wedding ceremony is held in the Rose Garden of the White House.  The most recent White House wedding, in 2013, did not include the president's family, and that was the wedding of Pete Souza, President Barack Obama's chief White House photographer, to his fiancée, Patty Lise, in the Rose Garden.

The White House Prepares to Host Naomi Biden's Wedding US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will host the wedding of their granddaughter, Naomi, at the White House in a rare event.  Biden's granddaughter, 28, and her fiancé, Peter Neal, 24, will celebrate their wedding in the most private place in the United States.  Naomi said she was "infinitely grateful" to her grandfather and grandmother for the honor.  The presidential house has hosted four other weddings in the past.  Naomi, a law school graduate from Columbia University and the daughter of Hunter Biden and Kathleen Ball, announced her engagement to Neil, a law student at the University of Pennsylvania, last September.  Naomi will be the fifth bride to be married at the White House in November.  The last wedding ceremony was held at the White House in 2008, when Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of former President George W. Bush, celebrated her wedding, a month after her wedding ceremony in Texas.  In fact, it was common for the White House to host the same official wedding ceremonies, 18 in total, but parties are a rare occurrence.  Since the first White House wedding in 1812 - between First Lady's sister Dolly Madison and Thomas Todd - most festivities have been attended by close family members of the president and his wife.  The wedding of Nellie Grant, daughter of President Ulysses Grant, in May 1874, was the most elaborate and meticulous event ever held in the White House at the time.  That day, 250 guests gathered in the East Room, which was decorated with white flowers, an indigo dress of white satin and a tail of six feet. However, as with many weddings, it was also stressful. President Grant and his wife were said to have been concerned about their 19-year-old daughter's marriage to diplomat Algernon Sartoris.  Recent White House weddings have included that of Linda Bird Johnson, daughter of President Lyndon Johnson, who wed Charles Spital Robb in a grand ceremony in the East Room in 1967. In 1971, Tricia Nixon, daughter of President Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon, was the first to Her wedding ceremony is held in the Rose Garden of the White House.  The most recent White House wedding, in 2013, did not include the president's family, and that was the wedding of Pete Souza, President Barack Obama's chief White House photographer, to his fiancée, Patty Lise, in the Rose Garden.

The White House Prepares to Host Naomi Biden's Wedding US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will host the wedding of their granddaughter, Naomi, at the White House in a rare event.  Biden's granddaughter, 28, and her fiancé, Peter Neal, 24, will celebrate their wedding in the most private place in the United States.  Naomi said she was "infinitely grateful" to her grandfather and grandmother for the honor.  The presidential house has hosted four other weddings in the past.  Naomi, a law school graduate from Columbia University and the daughter of Hunter Biden and Kathleen Ball, announced her engagement to Neil, a law student at the University of Pennsylvania, last September.  Naomi will be the fifth bride to be married at the White House in November.  The last wedding ceremony was held at the White House in 2008, when Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of former President George W. Bush, celebrated her wedding, a month after her wedding ceremony in Texas.  In fact, it was common for the White House to host the same official wedding ceremonies, 18 in total, but parties are a rare occurrence.  Since the first White House wedding in 1812 - between First Lady's sister Dolly Madison and Thomas Todd - most festivities have been attended by close family members of the president and his wife.  The wedding of Nellie Grant, daughter of President Ulysses Grant, in May 1874, was the most elaborate and meticulous event ever held in the White House at the time.  That day, 250 guests gathered in the East Room, which was decorated with white flowers, an indigo dress of white satin and a tail of six feet. However, as with many weddings, it was also stressful. President Grant and his wife were said to have been concerned about their 19-year-old daughter's marriage to diplomat Algernon Sartoris.  Recent White House weddings have included that of Linda Bird Johnson, daughter of President Lyndon Johnson, who wed Charles Spital Robb in a grand ceremony in the East Room in 1967. In 1971, Tricia Nixon, daughter of President Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon, was the first to Her wedding ceremony is held in the Rose Garden of the White House.  The most recent White House wedding, in 2013, did not include the president's family, and that was the wedding of Pete Souza, President Barack Obama's chief White House photographer, to his fiancée, Patty Lise, in the Rose Garden.

The White House Prepares to Host Naomi Biden's Wedding US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will host the wedding of their granddaughter, Naomi, at the White House in a rare event.  Biden's granddaughter, 28, and her fiancé, Peter Neal, 24, will celebrate their wedding in the most private place in the United States.  Naomi said she was "infinitely grateful" to her grandfather and grandmother for the honor.  The presidential house has hosted four other weddings in the past.  Naomi, a law school graduate from Columbia University and the daughter of Hunter Biden and Kathleen Ball, announced her engagement to Neil, a law student at the University of Pennsylvania, last September.  Naomi will be the fifth bride to be married at the White House in November.  The last wedding ceremony was held at the White House in 2008, when Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of former President George W. Bush, celebrated her wedding, a month after her wedding ceremony in Texas.  In fact, it was common for the White House to host the same official wedding ceremonies, 18 in total, but parties are a rare occurrence.  Since the first White House wedding in 1812 - between First Lady's sister Dolly Madison and Thomas Todd - most festivities have been attended by close family members of the president and his wife.  The wedding of Nellie Grant, daughter of President Ulysses Grant, in May 1874, was the most elaborate and meticulous event ever held in the White House at the time.  That day, 250 guests gathered in the East Room, which was decorated with white flowers, an indigo dress of white satin and a tail of six feet. However, as with many weddings, it was also stressful. President Grant and his wife were said to have been concerned about their 19-year-old daughter's marriage to diplomat Algernon Sartoris.  Recent White House weddings have included that of Linda Bird Johnson, daughter of President Lyndon Johnson, who wed Charles Spital Robb in a grand ceremony in the East Room in 1967. In 1971, Tricia Nixon, daughter of President Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon, was the first to Her wedding ceremony is held in the Rose Garden of the White House.  The most recent White House wedding, in 2013, did not include the president's family, and that was the wedding of Pete Souza, President Barack Obama's chief White House photographer, to his fiancée, Patty Lise, in the Rose Garden.

The White House Prepares to Host Naomi Biden's Wedding US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will host the wedding of their granddaughter, Naomi, at the White House in a rare event.  Biden's granddaughter, 28, and her fiancé, Peter Neal, 24, will celebrate their wedding in the most private place in the United States.  Naomi said she was "infinitely grateful" to her grandfather and grandmother for the honor.  The presidential house has hosted four other weddings in the past.  Naomi, a law school graduate from Columbia University and the daughter of Hunter Biden and Kathleen Ball, announced her engagement to Neil, a law student at the University of Pennsylvania, last September.  Naomi will be the fifth bride to be married at the White House in November.  The last wedding ceremony was held at the White House in 2008, when Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of former President George W. Bush, celebrated her wedding, a month after her wedding ceremony in Texas.  In fact, it was common for the White House to host the same official wedding ceremonies, 18 in total, but parties are a rare occurrence.  Since the first White House wedding in 1812 - between First Lady's sister Dolly Madison and Thomas Todd - most festivities have been attended by close family members of the president and his wife.  The wedding of Nellie Grant, daughter of President Ulysses Grant, in May 1874, was the most elaborate and meticulous event ever held in the White House at the time.  That day, 250 guests gathered in the East Room, which was decorated with white flowers, an indigo dress of white satin and a tail of six feet. However, as with many weddings, it was also stressful. President Grant and his wife were said to have been concerned about their 19-year-old daughter's marriage to diplomat Algernon Sartoris.  Recent White House weddings have included that of Linda Bird Johnson, daughter of President Lyndon Johnson, who wed Charles Spital Robb in a grand ceremony in the East Room in 1967. In 1971, Tricia Nixon, daughter of President Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon, was the first to Her wedding ceremony is held in the Rose Garden of the White House.  The most recent White House wedding, in 2013, did not include the president's family, and that was the wedding of Pete Souza, President Barack Obama's chief White House photographer, to his fiancée, Patty Lise, in the Rose Garden.


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