Jill Biden decorating the White House on Valentine’s Day — Photo

Jill Biden decorating the White House on Valentine's Day — Photo

Jill Biden decorating the White House on Valentine’s Day — Photo


  • For the second year in a row, First Lady Jill Biden decorated the White House on Valentine’s Day.
  • On the lawn, a cartoon cutout of a slogan quoted from First Collins and a pet of the White House.
  • Inside, more heart logos and Valentine’s Day cards made by second graders are on display.

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For the second year in a row, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden celebrated Valentine’s Day by decorating the White House.

On the North Lawn, a giant red heart displays “Three things will always exist – Faith, Hope and Love – the greatest of which is Love” from 1 Corinthians 13:13.

Cartoon renderings of the Bidens’ puppy Commander and their cat Willow stand on either side of the sign, wearing heart tags.

White House decorated for Valentine's Day 2022

The cartoon version of the commander (left) and the willow tree are accompanied by a heart logo.Patrick Semanski/Associated Press

Second graders of Alejandro Diasgranados, a teacher at Aleton Elementary School, who won DC’s 2021 Teacher of the Year Award, helped decorate the interior of the White House.

Valentine's Day 2022 cards hang from White House windows

Valentine’s Day cards hang from the windows of the White House.White House photo

Their “Heart-Work” Valentine’s Day cards were strung and displayed in the window, alongside larger heart-shaped signs that read “Hope,” “Healing,” and “Love.”

Valentine's Day decorations at the White House.heart logo read "hope" and "recovery.

Valentine’s Day decorations inside the White House.White House photo

“From our house to yours: Happy Valentine’s Day!” the first lady tweeted.

On Monday, Jill was also photographed wearing what appeared to be a corsage of a white gardenia – her favourite flower. Shortly after President Biden took office, Gill shared in an interview with People magazine that her husband’s corsage began as a Valentine’s Day tradition when he surprised her with a gardenia corsage at his inauguration.

On Monday, Biden also shared a sweet Valentine’s Day message for his wife on Twitter.

Last year, President Biden said Valentine’s Day was his wife’s “favorite day, really.” In 2021, the first lady adorned the White House lawn with heart-shaped cutouts in pink, red and white emblazoned with the words “heal,” “compassion,” “love” and “unity.” Her office said in a statement at the time that it was her “Valentine’s Day surprise message to the country.”

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