(Washington) Pete Buttigig, the openly gay man in U.S. history, and her husband Chasten Glezmann Buttigig displayed their twins on social media on Saturday, announcing in August that they had become parents without giving details.
A black-and-white photo posted on Twitter and Instagram shows two people smiling and blinking, appearing in a hospital room, each holding a baby dressed in a small figure.
“We are delighted that Penelope Rose and Joseph August Buttigig welcomed our family,” wrote Pete Buttigig, one of the Democratic primaries for the 2020 presidential election.
On August 17, the 39-year-old transport secretary tweeted, “Chasten and I are very thankful for all the greetings we have received since we announced we became parents.”
GMT got 200,000 likes for his post at 8pm. Parents of twins respond with ridiculous compliments and photos of their own children.
Pete Buttigig is a former mayor of South Bend, a medium-sized town in the state of Indiana. Unknown to the general public when the Democratic president submitted his candidacy for primaries in April 2019, this ex-soldier who flew through Afghanistan had an asteroid career.
According to the Victory Institute, he is “the first public LGBT person to be appointed to a permanent position in the Presidential Cabinet”.