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It may have been their grandfather's day, but the Biden grandkids stole the show. On Wednesday evening, four of the Biden grandkids (opens in new tab)—Naomi, Finnegan, Maisy, and Natalie—plus Biden's daughter Ashley (opens in new tab) dressed up and posed for photos at the Lincoln Memorial as they celebrated the new president. A photo shared by White House reporter Jennifer Epstein showed the five of them together, with Finnegan and Natalie in Markarian gowns—the same brand, founded by New York designer Alexandra O'Neill, that was worn by Jill Biden (opens in new tab) earlier in the day. (Maisy's pink gown is Rodarte (opens in new tab), and Ashley's tux is Ralph Lauren. (opens in new tab))
Here's Epstein's photo, captioned: "The older Biden grandkids, plus Ashley Biden in a chic tux, take pictures at the Lincoln Memorial." (Also, I need to talk about Ashley's tux and popped collar, like...right now? I'm secretly hoping she was inspired by Kristen Stewart's suit look (opens in new tab) in Happiest Season.)
The older Biden grandkids, plus Ashley Biden in a chic tux, take pictures at the Lincoln Memorial. pic.twitter.com/P0C57DooyXJanuary 21, 2021
She followed it up with a second photo, captioned: "And then Jill Biden joined them and they admired her corsage."
And then Jill Biden joined them and they admired her corsage. pic.twitter.com/esxqEUt9ozJanuary 21, 2021
Here's another look at their outfits, though they're wearing coats here (I mean, it's January in D.C.):
(Also, after we're done talking about Ashley's tux and popped collar and Chloe Gosselin pumps (opens in new tab), I need to gush at length about Maisy's amazing sneakers look.)
We also got another peek at their outfits as they watched the fireworks (and enjoyed a casual live performance from Katy Perry of "Firework"):
The Biden grandkids already had a show-stopping fashion day, so this is just the cherry on top. (Honorable mention for First Daughter fashion goes to newly minted Second Daughter Ella Emhoff, (opens in new tab) who channeled RBG in sparkles and a white collar.) Here are the Biden kids and grandkids earlier in the day at the inauguration ceremony for their grandfather (they call him Pop-Pop, if you wondered):
I, for one, am looking forward to four years of multiple White House fashion stars and also not lying awake to worry about someone (cough) having access to the nuclear codes. What a day!
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