The vice president turned 57 on Wednesday.
President Joe Biden surprised Vice President Kamala Harris with a bouquet of flowers and a photo frame on her birthday on Wednesday. The president shared a video on his official twitter, with the greeting “Happy Birthday, @VP.”
Harris turned 57 Wednesday.
The video show a masked Biden walking into the vice president’s office with the bouquet and the frame.
“Really? Oh, Joe!” a pleasantly surprised Harris exclaims. “Oh, I’m very touched. Thank you!”
After a hug, she received the flowers, and says “Oh, look at how gorgeous.”
The president then gifted his deputy a framed photo of the two of them smiling on the White House lawn. “This is my favorite,” says Harris. “I am going to hang this up with great pride.”
Both of them posed for pictures briefly.
Happy Birthday, @VP! pic.twitter.com/rcgHiwSjpb
— President Biden (@POTUS) October 21, 2021
By Thursday night, the video had more than 1.4 million views.
Later, Harris celebrated the birthday with the White House staff.
Also greeting the veep on her birthday was her husband, Douglas Emhoff. The second gentleman tweeted. “No matter what’s going on, you are always filled with so much joy, love, and smiles. Happy Birthday, @VP. Love you.”
No matter what’s going on, you are always filled with so much joy, love, and smiles. Happy Birthday, @VP. Love you. pic.twitter.com/NxJv4HxT5M
— Douglas Emhoff (@SecondGentleman) October 20, 2021
Harris was born in 1964 in Oakland, California. She was raised by her mother, the late Dr. Shyamala Gopalan, an immigrant from India. Her father, Donald Harris, is a Jamaican American.
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