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Everything we know about Hunter Biden’s wife, Melissa Cohen Biden

Melissa Cohen Biden has been at her husband Hunter Biden’s side throughout his federal gun trial, looking on as a Delaware jury found the president’s son guilty of three felony gun charges on Tuesday morning.

The 38-year-old activist and aspiring documentary filmmaker married Hunter Biden — who’s now been convicted of buying a firearm while being addicted to crack cocaine — in 2019,following a previous marriage to Los Angeles businessman Jason Landver that ended in 2014 after two years. They share a 4-year-old boy, Beau Jr., who was named after Hunter’s late older brother.

Cohen Biden was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, and briefly lived at a “children’s home” before she was adopted by a Jewish South African couple with three sons, Biden wrote in his memoir Beautiful Things.

She studied interior design in South Africa, then moved to Los Angeles to attend UCLA at the age of 22, theDaily Mail noted in 2019. Biden has said she speaks five languages, including Italian and Hebrew, writing in his book that she’s an “aspiring documentary filmmaker.”

Following her divorce, she launched a crowdfunding effort for her documentary film about tribal communities, which was set to be called “Tribal Lands.”

“I am Melissa and I'm going to take you back to the continent where I was born,” she said in a trailer for the film, according to The List.

“As an African-born western woman raised by its native people, Melissa can confidently provide viewers with a unique narrative of adventure and discovery while representing another ethnic and gender demographic,” a statement about the film said.

Her activism has focused on animal rights and antisemitism, with a friend telling theMail that “She loves animals and the wild and is

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