May 30, 2024

Speculation Running Wild Naomi Biden is Pregnant

It would appear that Joe Biden is about to become a great-grandfather very soon.

Over the last few months, there has been a lot of speculation that his granddaughter, Naomi, is pregnant.

That speculation really got amped up when she attended the most recent state dinner with an apparent baby bump.

She’s Pregnant

Naomi and Peter Neal made headlines when they were recently married at the White House.

Naomi and Jill Biden even got a big fashion magazine spread from the event.

During a recent state dinner, the usually slim Naomi showed up with a bit of a fuller figure.

While the dresses she has worn recently have covered up her stomach, there are definitely a few pictures showing an apparent baby bump, with speculation now that she is due before the November election.

While Noami nor the White House has confirmed her pregnancy, it was apparently creating quite a buzz at the state dinner.

Noami’s mother and Hunter Biden's ex, Kathleen Buhle, was asked about the possible pregnancy, but she did not respond.

She told the media, “I don’t talk to the press, thank you.”

It was revealed earlier this week that prosecutors will call Buhle in the upcoming Hunter Biden case.

As we noted above, rumors started to fly when Noami posed in a rather loose-fitting dress during the Japanese state dinner at the White House.

Naomi has always worn form-fitting clothes to show off her figure, but this time she was wearing a very loose dress, strategically placing her purse in front of her stomach.

She did the same thing during the White House Correspondents Dinner, with the bump a bit more noticeable at the time.

If Noami is, in fact, pregnant, it would be Biden’s first great-grandchild, which you know he will play up during the election.

If Joe Biden loses the election, we can all take comfort in the fact that he will soon have someone else who operates at the same brain level as the current commander-in-chief.

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