The White House’s 2022 Christmas tree was officially welcomed by First Lady Dr Jill Biden on Tuesday.
The 20-year-old tree, which stands at almost 19ft, was brought to the US President’s residence by horse-drawn carriage as the First Lady received it along with her two-year-old grandson Beau.
The annual Christmas tree presentation has been an ongoing tradition for 57 years.
The fir came from Evergreen Acres Tree Farm in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, owned by Paul and Pam Shealer, who were awarded the honour of the National Christmas Tree Association’s 2022 Grand Champion Grower.
Dr Biden described the tree as “beautiful” when it arrived.