Mike Pence’s daughter Charlotte announces engagement

Good news came for the vice president and his family over the weekend.

Charlotte Pence, the daughter of Mike Pence, announced on Saturday that she is engaged to be married. 

Surprise proposal

Charlotte Pence spread the news on Instagram, writing to her husband-to-be: “I love you. Let’s do this.”

Her message came alongside two photos of Charlotte and her new fiancé.

In one, the VP’s soon-to-be son-in-law is shown on one knee in front of Charlotte with the ocean as a backdrop. In another, the young couple shares an embrace.

 

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I said “yes,” and then I said “thanks” a lot because I didn’t know what else to say. ♥️ I love you. Let’s do this.

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Who is this guy?

Not a whole lot is known about the man who proposed to Charlotte, according to The Daily Caller. From time to time, he has made appearances in photographs on Charlotte’s personal social media accounts, but an internet search on the mystery man turns up empty.

It seems that Charlotte may just want to keep her relationship private — and there is certainly nothing wrong with that.

The proposal itself was a bit surprising considering just how busy Charlotte has been lately. She has participated in her father’s 2020 campaign and even published her first book last year.

Her book, Where You Go: Life Lessons From My Father, has been promoted as “a stirring portrait of Vice President Mike Pence from his own daughter: the story of a Christian husband and father who answers the call to serve America with his family by his side.”

A happy Pence family

Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen have three children together: Michael, the oldest; Charlotte, their middle child; and Audrey, the youngest. Charlotte now is the second Pence daughter to get engaged this year.

In February, Audrey became engaged to her college boyfriend, Daniel Tomanelli.

It’s certainly a happy and busy time for Mike Pence and his family. With 2020 around the corner and two weddings to plan — not to mention the fact that Mr. Pence is still the sitting vice president — there will be little time to spare.

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