In U.S. history, the only u.s. presidents “Richard Nixon and Dwight Eisenhower” both had children married to each other. During his presidency, Nixon married Julie Nixon, granddaughter of President Eisenhower. Consequently, both presidents were born in the same city. 

Their three children are Jennie Elizabeth, Alexander Richard, and Melanie Catherine Eisenhower. The two are therefore the great-grandchildren of President Eisenhower and the grandchildren of u.s. Presidents Nixon.

We Hope that it Answers the Which Set of U.S. Presidents have Descendants Who are Married to Each Other?

Now let’s Have a Look at How did they Get Married.

A New York City church was awash with red and white poinsettias on December 22, 1942, when David Eisenhower, the grandson of former President Dwight Eisenhower and the daughter of President Richard Nixon, were married.

Because they were celebrities from the 1960s, the ceremony had to be private. Julia Eisenhower told the AARP Bulletin that even if my father won or lost the presidential election, and the u.s presidents wouldn’t get married in the White House. The Hoopla and being minor celebrities weren’t important to us.”

His trip to New York on Dec. 22, 1968, was to witness the wedding. It was anything but low-key, despite the absence of the White House backdrop. Pre-Christmas events are traditionally hosted at Marble Collegiate Church, which was decorated with red bows, fresh pine, and holiday ornaments.

Julie’s bridesmaids followed her down the aisle in matching pink chiffon dresses with ruffled sleeves. The collar on the dress featured pearl embroidery over the lace collar. An estimated cost of $2,000 was cited.

There were 500 guests at the reception, including incoming Cabinet members, Vice President-elect Spiro T. Agnew, and Attorney General-designate John Mitchell (a decade removed from his post-Watergate prison stint).

A monogrammed Tiffany & Co. knife was used to slice into a six-tiered cake under the strain of an orchestra rendition of “Edelweiss” from “The Sound of Music.”

Where are They Now?

Eisenhower lives in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, with his wife Julie. Their children include Melanie Catherine Eisenhower, Alexander Richard Eisenhower, and Alexander Richard Eisenhower. Three of their grandchildren have also been born.

Throughout their lives, the couple has written, taught, and lectured. The untold story of Pat Nixon is one of Julie’s books. He is director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication’s Institute for Public Service.

In 1987, he was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize for his book Eisenhower at War, 1943-1945, about his grandfather.

They raised their children, served on charity boards, wrote books, taught and served on charitable boards during their 50 years of marriage despite seemingly being destined for political power.

I don’t feel recognized anytime here.” Since she met people through her child’s nursery school instead of a White House dinner, Julie told People magazine in 1986. It’s very normal.” She has avoided the press despite granting interviews for her books.