Audrey Pence: Mike Pence attended his daughter’s wedding in secret two days before the election. The vice president and his wife, Karen Pence, were there at a courthouse to witness Audrey Pence Tomanelli’s wedding, which took place just before the country voted.
The bride shared a black-and-white photo of her parents watching her kiss her husband Daniel Tomanelli outside a courthouse on Instagram.
“Thank you to these two lovely families for joyously joining us when we chose to throw a courtroom ceremony together in ten days. “We are extremely lucky,” she captioned the photo.
Audrey Pence: Attended his daughter’s wedding
“Married / November 1st, 2020,” she captioned another colour photo of herself and her hubby.
On the courthouse steps, Ms Pence’s sister Charlotte Pence Bond and brother Michael Pence were also photographed.
There is no trace of anyone wearing a mask in the wedding photos, but they are all socially distant.
In February 2019, Mr. Tomanelli, whom she supposedly met at university, proposed to her in Provincetown, Cape Cod.
The pair had planned to marry this summer, but the ceremony had to be postponed owing to the coronavirus outbreak.
Ms. Pence earned her bachelor’s degree in international relations from Northeastern University and her law degree from Yale Law School.
She told a TV station when her father ran for governor of Indiana when she was 18 that she was “socially liberal” and “politically independent.”