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First lady Jill Biden was shunted to a last-row seat Saturday when she attended the coronation of King Charles III at Westminster Abbey.
She and her granddaughter attended the ceremony, according to OK magazine. The granddaughter has been identified as Finnegan Biden, daughter of Hunter Biden.
The first lady’s attendance broke a tradition of sending high-ranking dignitaries to the coronation.
According to the New York Post, presidents have never attended the coronation of a British monarch, but for more than 100 years, the White House has sent a carefully chosen delegation of representatives who would work for American interests, Boston University historian Arianne Chernock told the Post.
“Joe Biden clearly hasn’t made it a high priority, as past presidents have done,” she said.
Social media was filled with posts noting how far away from the ceremony Jill Biden was placed, with one noting that alphabetical order by nation could have been to blame.
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