The refurbished State Dining Room celebrated the “Gift of Family,” the White House said. The six stockings hanging over the chimney were for Naomi, 27, Finnegan, 21, Maisy, 20, Natalie, 17, and Robert Hunter Biden II, 15, and little Beau, 1, according to the “Today” show.
Hunter Biden’s 3-year-old daughter, Navy Jones Roberts — who was born out of wedlock to a stripper — was reportedly not involved in the festive appearance. The family reportedly has not met the child.
Hunter, 51, originally dismissed that he was the father of Navy because he said he had “no recollection” of meeting her mother, Arkansas native Lunden Alexis Roberts.
“That’s how little connection I had with anyone. I was a mess, but a mess I’ve taken responsibility for,” he wrote of his drug-fueled sex “rampages” in his 2021 memoir “Beautiful Things.”
The first son, who is now married to South African model and filmmaker Melissa Cohen, later took responsibility for fathering the Navy following a DNA test and settled with Roberts for an undisclosed sum last year.
Roberts was on the payroll at Hunter’s consulting firm during her 2018 pregnancy but was removed from the company’s insurance policy after she gave birth, according to text messages examined by The Post.
Hunter and his father have not seen the little girl, Roberts’ lawyer told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette this spring.
“Every child needs loving parents and loving grandparents. This child could stand a relationship with her father. She could stand a relationship with her grandfather,” Clint Lancaster reportedly said.
First lady Jill Biden was set to unveil the executive mansion’s 2021 holiday decorations Monday, following the theme of “Gifts from the Heart.”
“As we celebrate our first holiday season in the White House, we are inspired by the Americans we have met across the country, time and again reminding us that our differences are precious and our similarities infinite,” the first lady and the president said in a joint statement. “We wish you a happy, healthy, and joyous holiday season. As we look to a new year full of possibility, may gifts from the heart light our path forward.”
Reporters were given an early show of the designs ahead of the official reveal by Jill Biden and a National Guard family. Members of the press walked through several rooms where sub-themes and symbols representing different “gifts” were on display.