JOE and Jill Biden are headed to a billionaire's $30 million Nantucket estate for Thanksgiving where they will celebrate with Hunter and the rest of the family.
The president and first lady will join their son and daughter Ashley at the 13-acre private compound owned by David Rubenstein.
They will also be joined by grandchildren including Naomi, Finnegan, Maisy, and Natalie.
The first couple will were pictured arriving on the island on Tuesday after visiting aDC Central Kitchen which helps trains unemployed Americans.
It is understood the couple will stay there until Sunday before returning to the White House.
Stunning images of the home show it boasts a tennis court and swimming pool.
It is owned by Biden's close friend Rubenstein, who is the co-founder of global investment company the Carlyle Group and a former advisor to Jimmy Carter.
The mansion also has a private dock and sits in 13 acres of land.
Biden stayed at the compound when he was vice president in 2014 and has vacationed on the island for more than 40 years.
The president had told Americans to have "perspective" when it came to inflation and rising gas and food prices.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki was forced to defend the Biden's stay amid rising inflation.
She said: "This is a time to put politics aside, spend time with your loved ones and talk about what you're grateful for.
"There are abundance of turkeys available.
"They're about $1 more for a 20 pound bird, which is a huge bird if you're feeding a very big family, and that's something that again, we've been working to make sure people have more money in their pockets to address."
Chef Bill Puder has described making the Bidens their Thanksgiving dinner for more than 20 years.
He said: "It started 21-years-ago when Jill called me up and asked me if I could cook Thanksgiving for their family and I said, 'No problem'.
"The tradition kept going on and on."
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