Naomi Biden, the granddaughter of Vice President Biden, wed Peter Neal over the weekend in a discreet ceremony at The People’s House.
The first pair held the eldest grandchild’s wedding and celebration on Saturday.
On the South Lawn of the White House, the bride, 28, and the groom, 25, exchanged vows in front of 250 family members and friends with no media present. Both newlyweds wore Ralph Lauren clothing.
Hunter Biden, the president’s youngest son, and his first wife, Kathleen Buhle, have one daughter, Naomi Biden, their oldest child.
A mutual acquaintance set them up in New York City roughly four years ago, and Neal proposed in September 2021.
Earlier this year, they chose to hold the ceremony and reception at the White House.
The Bidens are paying for the wedding.
The couple, who became the 19th to wed at the White House, asked that the specifics remain private.
The most recent White House nuptials took place in the Rose Garden in 2013, when Pete Souza, the former president Barack Obama’s photographer, wed Patti Lease.
In 2008, Jenna Bush, the daughter of former President George W. Bush, held her reception there.
On Sunday, President Biden turned 80.
The first couple released a statement in which they said: “It has been a joy to see Naomi grow, discover who she is, and carve out such a beautiful life for herself.”
We are honored to welcome him into our family and are overwhelmed with joy to see her pick Peter as her spouse.