Hunter Biden Splits From Late Brother’s Widow Hallie Amid Dad Joe’s Presidential Run

Hunter Biden Splits From Late Brother Beau’s Widow Hallie Biden
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Feb. 22 2021, Updated 8:49 p.m. ET

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Hunter Biden has called it quits with Hallie Biden — the widow of his late brother, Beau Biden. The news comes days after his father, Joe Biden, announced his run for President.

As RadarOnline.com readers know, Hunter, 49, and Hallie started dating in 2017, two years after Beau died of brain cancer at age 46. Thought Hunter was married at the time, he finalized his divorce from wife of 22 years, Kathleen Biden, on April 2017.

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That same year, Joe, 76, and wife Jill Biden told Page Six they were very happy with Hunter and Hallie’s romance.

“We are all lucky that Hunter and Hallie found each other as they were putting their lives together again after such sadness,” they said. “They have mine and Jill’s full and complete support and we are happy for them.”

Now, it seems the love birds have parted ways. While neither of them have confirmed the news of their split, a source close to the family told Page Six their breakup was “amicable.”

Days before news of the breakup, Hunter told Vanity Fair that his controversial personal life would never interfere with his beloved father’s campaign. Though Radar readers know he received much backlash for romancing his late brother’s wife, he said the drama has nothing to do with Joe’s 2020 run.

“My father has always been proud of me — whether when I was volunteering for the Jesuits, or working as a lawyer . . . And he remains proud of me today. He loves me,” he said. “And he loves the American people far too much to let any form of adversity stand in the way of service.”

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