Earlier this month, Naomi announced her engagement to long-time boyfriend Peter Neal on Instagram, sharing a photo of herself, her new fiancé and her new rock.
The 27-year-old is a Colombia Law school graduate and the eldest daughter of the president's son Hunter Biden and his ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle Biden.
Questions have been circulating ever since about whether or not Naomi would ask her grandparents to host her special day.
There hasn't been a wedding at the White House since the Nixon administration, but the residence does have a history of hosting at least 18 weddings over the years.
In 1971, President Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon hosted the nuptials of their daughter, Tricia Nixon in an extravagant outdoor ceremony at the residence's Rose Garden.
Prior to that, President Lydon Baines Johnson and his wife Lady Bird Johnson saw their daughter Lynda marry Marine Captain Charles Robb in a ceremony in the East Room in 1967.
While the couple enjoys considering their options, it seems they won't have trouble getting ahold of the President and First Lady when they do finally make their decision.
"He'll pick up our calls no matter where he is," Naomi said in an interview with PBS Newshour in 2020. "He'll be on-stage, giving a speech, and we'd call him and he'd be like, 'What's wrong?'"
On top of that, Naomi shares a close bond with her grandparents and has been a strong supporter of her grandfather's on social media, particularly during his 2020 election campaign.
Her fiancé is also deeply entwined in the family circle and their work — Neal reportedly interned for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign in 2016, and during Barack Obama's presidency.
News of a White House wedding would certainly come as no surprise, but this early into their engagement, the couple doesn't seem set on a wedding plan just yet.
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