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Naomi Biden, fiance crashed at White House for months before tying the knot on South Lawn

President Biden and first woman Jill Biden have had a full home over the previous few months.

Naomi Biden, the just lately married daughter of Hunter Biden, has been residing in the White House for months alongside together with her now-husband, Peter Neal, and their Australian shepherd Charlie.

Details of the couple’s residing association have been confirmed in a Vogue digital cover story revealed Tuesday, providing a uncommon glimpse into their White House marriage ceremony over the weekend.

The 28-year-old lawyer advised the glamour journal that the two requested to dwell with the president and first woman “for a few months while wedding planning” after their lease ran out on their earlier D.C. digs.

“I try to remind myself it’s the White House, but it also gets normalized over time,” she stated.

The two have been married in a non-public ceremony on the South Lawn over the weekend.

With the exception of Vogue, the press was not allowed to attend the unique nuptials at “The People’s House.”

The White House press corps lashed out at the administration over its determination to bar journalists from the marriage ceremony.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre advised flummoxed reporters that the determination was at the request of the bride-to-be.

“Naomi and Peter [Neal] have asked that their wedding be closed to the media and we are respecting their wishes,” she stated. “This is their wish and we should be thrilled and happy for them in making this really important step in their lives.”

The Nov. 19 ceremony was the nineteenth marriage ceremony to happen at the White House.

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