There is Some Goodness in the Pain: Mike Pence’s Youngest Daughter Audrey Marries College Sweetheart Daniel Tomanelli Three Years After He Survived Plane Crash That Killed His Father

Audrey Pence, 26, tied the knot to Daniel Tomanelli, 25, on the steps outside the Moultrie Courthouse in Washington on November. Pictured the couple together in a photo on her Instagram account

Vice President Mike Pence‘s youngest daughter Audrey, 26, has married her Northeastern University sweetheart, Daniel Tomanelli, 25, in a small ‘Quaker marriage’ on the steps of a courthouse in Washington DC – three years after he survived a plane crash that tragically killed his father.

Audrey and Daniel tied the knot outside the Moultrie Courthouse on November 1 surrounded by just 12 guests, after their original 80-person Hawaiian nuptials were axed due to the pandemic.

The couple opted for a ‘self-uniting style’ ceremony where there is no third party to officiate the wedding.

The non-denominational style is also known as a ‘Quaker marriage’ – a marked departure from her father’s devout evangelical Christian faith, after he previously described himself as ‘a Christian, a conservative and a Republican, in that order.’

The nuptials took place just two days before the presidential election.

Audrey, the youngest child of Donald Trump’s right-hand man and Second Lady Karen Pence, shared on her Instagram page a black-and-white picture of herself and her new husband sharing a kiss as their small guest-list looked on.

Audrey and Daniel tied the knot on November 1 surrounded by just 12 guests, after their original 80-person Hawaiian nuptials were axed due to the pandemic

She penned: ‘Thank you to these two beautiful families for joyfully coming alongside us when we decided to throw together a courthouse ceremony in 10 days. We are truly blessed.’

She also posted a color picture of the newlyweds, writing: ‘Married // November 1st, 2020.’