- South African born Melissa Cohen stood by her husband's side as his father Joe Biden accepted his role as the new president of the US
- The young beauty looked stunning choosing to keep things classy in a white halter neck and a deep red trench coat
- Her husband, Hunter Biden, and their little one stood beside her as they all supported President Biden during his inauguration
South Africa's white house connect, Melissa Cohen was among the many people who came out to show support for the new President of the United States, Joe Biden at his inauguration that took place on the 21 of January this year.
Melissa, who is South African born stood beside her husband, Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, and their little 8-month-old son Beau Biden who was named after Joe Biden's late son, Beau.
Deciding to keep it classy, Melissa wore a white halter neck top which she had topped with a deep red trench coat. Her hair was also pulled back into a neat bun while she wore minimum makeup, keeping in tune with the simple look she was evidently going for.
Her hubby, Hunter Biden looked his usual handsome in a plain black trench coat with a black scarf and pants to match while little Beau wore a red and blue plaid bomber jacket, blue boots, and a blue beanie to keep him warm in the cold US climate.
The trio was among hundreds who came out to show support to Biden as he took over from his predecessor, Donald Trump who had left the oval office after much back and forth and quite a lot of hassle.
In similar Briefly.co.za reports, Given that at the 2021 Presidential Inauguration, Kamala Harris (in Christopher John Rogers), Jill Biden (in Markarian), Michelle Obama (in Sergio Hudson) and Jennifer Lopez (in Chanel) were all on stage, you would think it would have been hard to watch anything else.
And yet, at least according to Twitter, all eyes were instead on Bernie Sanders, a former Democratic presidential candidate, who arrived on Inauguration Day wearing a standard-issue disposable face mask and the same coat he wore in a previous viral video.
The mittens he wore to sit six feet from everyone in attendance on a modest folding chair, arms crossed and brow furrowed, were even more important than his coat-for-all-occasions, though. Twitter went crazy over the look of Sanders, claiming that he looked like he was a grandfather going to the post office because of the brown envelope he was carrying.
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