Who is Beau Biden? His Bio, Net Worth as of 2022, Wife, Kids
Facts of Beau Biden
|Full Name:||Beau Biden|
|Birth Date:||February 3, 1969|
|Death Date:||May 30, 2015|
|Wife||Hallie Biden (m. 2002–2015)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Birth Place||Wilmington, Delaware|
|Education||Archmere Academy, University of Pennsylvania, Syracuse University College of Law|
|Mother||Neilia Hunter Biden|
|Siblings||Hunter Biden, Naomi Christina Biden, Ashley Biden|
|Kids||Natalie Biden, Robert Biden|
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Late American politician, Beau Biden the eldest son of the 46th President of the United States. Also, he was a lawyer, and officer in the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps from Wilmington, Delaware. He had worked as the 44th Attorney General of Delaware.
Beau Biden’s Early Life
In Wilmington, Delaware Beau Biden was born on February 3rd, 1969 as Joseph Robinette “Beau” Biden III. He is the elder son of Joe Biden and his mother Neilia Hunter Biden. On December 18, 1942, his mother and sister were killed in a car accident. Luckily, he and his brother survived despite being critical injuries.
Then he grew alongside his sibling brother Hunter Biden. He had American nationality and of mixed ethnicity. Beau completed his education at Archmere Academy. Then he studies at the University of Pennsylvania and became a member of the Psi Upsilon fraternity. Also, he graduated from Syracuse University College of Law.
Was Beau Biden Married?
Yes, Beau Biden was married before his death. Beau tied the wedding knot with his wife Hallie Biden. In the year 2002, they got married after having a relationship for a certain period of time.
The couple became parents of two children. The couple was blessed with their elder daughter Natalie Biden born on August 4, 2004. Then they became parents of a younger son Robert Biden II born in the year 2006. The couple had lived a blissful married life.
But their blissful married life ended after the death of Beau. After his death, Hallie is involved in a relationship with his brother Hunter. In the year 2016, they started having a relationship. Their relationship inevitably caused a lot of stir among family and in the media. In the year 2018, the couple ended their relationship. Hallie is currently living as a single mother taking care of her children.
Cause of Beau Biden Death
In the year 2010, Beau suffered a mild stroke then he was admitted to the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center after three years. According to reports, the doctors had removed a small lesion from his brain in the year 2013. Then he was admitted to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland in May 2015.
Then after a week of treatment, Beau died due to complications from brain cancer on May 30. At the age of 46, he passed. Beau’s prime cause of death is cancer. Then his family issue a statement
“It is with broken hearts that Hallie, Hunter, Ashley, Jill, and I announce the passing of our husband, brother, and son, Beau, after he battled brain cancer with the same integrity, courage, and strength he demonstrated every day of his life,” his father said in an official statement. “In the words of the Biden family: Beau Biden was, quite simply, the finest man any of us have ever known.”
What is the Net Worth of Beau Biden?
Beau definitely has collected a decent sum of worth. But he hadn’t revealed his actual net worth at the time of his death. Beau surely lived a lavish life out of his money. But his father Joe Biden has an estimated net worth of $9 million as of 2022 according to celebrity net worth.
According to celebrity net worth, his brother Hunter has an estimated net worth of $3 million. His brother and father have collected a hefty sum of money from their working career. Also his step-mother Jill has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million as per reports.
Beau Biden’s Career
- After completing his education, Beau clerked for the United States District Court of New Hampshire’s Judge Steven McAuliffe.
- Also, he helped train local prosecutors and judges for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) as a rule-of-law adviser after Kosovo’s 1998-99 war ended.
- He served as a federal prosecutor in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia from 1997 until 2002.
- In the year 2003, he joined the Delaware National Guard and rose to the rank of major in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.
- From the year 2008 to 2009, he was deployed to Iraq and received a Bronze Star for his service.
- Then he entered into politics and had a successful career until his death.