Royal fans left blown away by Joe Biden's granddaughter Finnegan
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Royal fans have been left stunned by 'beautiful' Finnegan Biden.
The festivities are now in full swing for the Coronation Day, and many dignitaries and royal guests have made their arrival at Westminster Abbey.
The 23-year-old looked stunning in a light yellow dress and matching shoes, along with a flowery headband.
Finnegan is the daughter of the second child of his eldest son, Hunter Biden, and his ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle. She is one of Biden's seven grandchildren and was named after her paternal great-grandmother, Catherine Eugenia Finnegan Biden.
She also has a younger sibling, Maisy and an older one, Naomi Biden, who recently got married to Peter George Heermann Neal on the White House’s South Lawn last November.
Having graduated from the University of Pennsylvania back in 2021, Finnegan has pursued a degree in history with a concentration in American studies and a minor in art history.
Ahead of the coronation, she was also spotted at a reception at Buckingham Palace on Friday evening (5 May).
However, Finnegan is only attending the coronation as a guest.
The White House released a statement, saying: "There is no official US delegation. Finnegan is a plus one.
"As we’ve noted before with other family travel, historically, family members of Presidents have frequently joined them during travel. Current practices are consistent with those used by prior Administrations."
But viewers were still very impressed by her.
One smitten user wrote: "Finnegan Biden is so beautiful omgomgomg, I love women #Coronation."
Another said: "They look lovely."
A third admirer wrote: "Beautiful!"
While another person also mentioned her grandmother as well, saying: "Dr Jill Biden and Finnegan Biden look beautiful."
And someone else said they now had a 'crush' on the President's granddaughter.
Biden himself won't be attending the crowing of King Charles III, instead sending his wife in his place.
This decision was criticised by his predecessor, Donald Trump.
He said: "I was surprised when I heard that he wasn’t coming. I think it’s very disrespectful for him not to be there.”
However, the White House Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, said last month that the President's decision to not attend the coronation was 'not a snub' against the King.
The White House have also confirmed that Biden would be travelling to the UK for a state visit 'in the near future'.