Naomi Biden Peter Neal wedding details: Naomi Biden, who is the granddaughter of US Vice President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Bidenis, is set to marry Peter Neal later this year. She confirmed the White House wedding in a tweet on Tuesday, April 5.
She is the daughter of Hunter Biden and Kathleen Buhle, and is 28-year-old lawyer in Washington, DC. She shared the news through her Twitter saying, "Peter and I are endlessly grateful to my Nana and Pop for the opportunity to celebrate our wedding at the White House. We can’t wait to make our commitment to one another official and for what lies ahead."
Their wedding is set for November 19, according to Elizabeth Alexander, a spokeswoman for US First Lady Jill Biden, who also added that the family is currently working out the celebrations for the wedding ceremony and that more information will be released publicly in the following months. Alexander also revealed on Twitter that their(Biden and Neal) wedding reception will take place at the White House. She wrote, “The president and first lady will host the wedding reception for their granddaughter Naomi Biden and her fiancee Peter Neal at the White House.”
Naomi Biden Peter Neal wedding details:
Neal and Biden announced their engagement on her Instagram account in September 2021. Naomi flaunted her engagement ring in a selfie she shared with her fiance. She used a white heart emoticon in the caption and said, "Forever." Reportedly, the band of Neal's grandmother's engagement ring is part of Biden's engagement ring.
After meeting in New York City on a date set up by a mutual acquaintance, the pair have been together for around four years. Neal, a 24-year-old law student at the University of Pennsylvania, is in his final semester. According to reports, it was Neal who proposed to Naomi at his childhood home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, near his ski resort. Neal's family moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, from Los Angeles, California. His parents are orthopaedic physicians by profession.
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