The new first family has arrived, however, it’s not the first time Americans have seen these faces in the White House. While folks may be familiar with the president’s youngest child Ashley Biden, they may not know much about her husband Howard Krein.

Krein met Biden in the summer of 2010 through her late half-brother Beau Biden, according to People.

Krein proposed to Biden at sunset on a cliff in Big Sur, California, and the two were married in June 2012 at a Catholic church in Delaware, where the bride was baptized as a child. The couple had a joint Jewish-Catholic ceremony to honor both of their religions.

Prior to the ceremony, Joe Biden admitted he was emotional about his youngest child getting married. The future president revealed he was adamant about practicing walking his daughter down the aisle.

“I kept telling Ash, we’ve got to open up the church and practice walking up and down the aisle so I can handle it,” he told People.

Nonetheless, Biden was happy his daughter was able to find love. “This is the right guy,” he said. “And he’s getting a helluva woman.”

At the time of the wedding, Biden was the vice president, and the couple decided to settle down in Philadelphia with a home that was “just 28 minutes away” from the bride’s parents.

Krein was born in New Jersey to mother, Bunny Krein, a physician’s assistant in cardiology, and father, Stanley Krein, a retired insurance executive.

Ashley Biden's spouse is currently an assistant professor of otolaryngology at Thomas Jefferson University and a chief medical officer at StartUp Health.

Jill Biden, Ashley Biden, Joe Biden Dr. Jill Biden, Livelihood founder Ashley Biden and Vice President Joe Biden attend the GILT and Ashley Biden celebration of the launch of exclusive Livelihood Collection at Spring Place on February 7, 2017 in New York City. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for GILT