President Joe Biden will have to add a wedding to his busy agenda because his granddaughter Naomi Biden is getting ready to walk down the aisle.
Hunter Biden's 26-year-old daughter said "yes" to her longtime boyfriend Peter Neal over the weekend and showed off the gigantic diamond that is now adorning her left ring finger.
Taking to her social media, Naomi flashed her enormous sparkler, which was hard to miss because of the size, and called Peter her "Forever."
Turning the camera on herself and her husband-to-be, a makeup-free Naomi leaned in and smiled while holding up her left hand.
The Columbia Law graduate's eye-popping bling immediately grabbed attention with followers showing the couple love by double-tapping the announcement photo.
Of course, her fans couldn't stop talking about her ring. "Congrats!! Ring is GORGEOUS," one person wrote. "Beautiful ring," added another.
Her engagement comes after the young couple dropped thousands on a luxurious vacation overseas.
Joe Biden's granddaughter was reportedly shoveling out $1,000 per night for a lavish hotel room in Como, Italy, just weeks ago.
Naomi proved she didn't have a care in the world while slipping into a little black bikini and sipping on her Aperol Spritz with Peter and their friends.
Her expensive getaway came at an interesting time — while her grandfather was facing major backlash over pulling out the United States soldiers from Afghanistan, ending America's two-decade war.
While money doesn't grow on trees for everyone, it certainly seems like it does for the first family.
As Radar reported, Naomi's dad ditched his mansion in Venice, CA, and upgraded to a $20,000 per month rental property in the pricey area of Malibu.
His neighbors now include A-listers like Reese Witherspoon, Emma Stone, Miley Cyrus, and more.
But not everyone is happy to have Hunter in the upscale beach city.
He was turned away from his favorite restaurant just weeks ago when his famous last name couldn't secure him a reservation.
Naomi has spoken out about her love for her grandfather, even revealing how the two stayed in touch during his presidential campaign.
"He'll pick up our calls no matter where he is," Naomi shared. "He'll be onstage, giving a speech, and we'd call him and he'd be like, 'What's wrong?!'"
"We've grown up together," she added. "He's made sure that every single tradition, every holiday, we're all together ... I don't think there's been any decision, no matter how big or small, that we haven't decided as a family."