Dr. Jill Biden Decorated the White House with Valentine's Day Messages to the Country
Dr. Jill Biden is getting crafty for her first Valentine's Day as first lady.
On Friday, the official FLOTUS social media accounts shared photos of pink, red, and white hearts that Dr. Biden installed across the White House lawn, which read "unity," "kindness," "healing," and "compassion."
"As you may know, the First Lady is known for her sense of humor, love of surprises, and celebrating traditions, especially with her family," her office said in a statement. "Valentine's Day has always been one of her favorite holidays. Sending messages of healing, unity, hope and compassion, this is her Valentine to the country."
Early Friday morning, President Joe Biden and the first lady were seen taking a walk on the lawn with their dogs, with the president telling reporters, "Valentine's Day is a big day, Jill's favorite day."
"I just wanted some joy and I think just, with the pandemic, everybody's feeling a little down, so it's just a little joy, a little hope," Dr. Biden said of her decorations. "That's all."
When asked by reporters about his gift to the first lady this Valentine's Day, the president joked that the holiday is still two days away, responding, "Well it's not Valentine's Day, I'm not telling you."