Kamala Harris' husband Douglas Emhoff dubbed 'the perfect man' as he's caught waving & blowing kisses at Biden's address

KAMALA Harris' husband proved to be a gentleman by name and nature as he was caught on camera waving and blowing kisses at his wife during Joe Biden's address.

Douglas Emhoff – the Second Gentleman of the United States – has been dubbed "the perfect man" after he was spotted sweetly gesturing at the Vice President as she and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stood behind the President during his first speech before Congress.

The couple tied the knot on August 22, 2014, in Santa Barbara, California.

Harris’ sister, Maya, officiated the wedding – which happened after the couple's five-month engagement.

The pair wrote their own vows, and to recognize Emhoff's Jewish faith, the two honored a tradition of breaking a glass.

But after more than six years of marriage, Emhoff is clearly still smitten by his wife

An adorable clip shows him waving, blowing at least 10 kisses to Harris and tapping his heart as he watched on as Biden delivered his speech to the joint session of Congress yesterday, on the eve of his 100th day in office.

It was shared on Twitter by social media director Sophie Vershbow, who joked in the caption: "The perfect man doesn’t exi—".

Many rushed to echo Vershbow's sentiment, with one commenting: "A secure, strong, caring, smart, protective, friendly man who loves his wife and his country. The best combination of qualities a man can have!"

While another added: "I love that for her. She has one of the toughest jobs but that man is 110% behind her in every way".

A third responded: "I DREAM of marrying someone like this man. His whole energy is just excellent."

The event marked a historical point in the US' history as it was the first time a president stood before two women – with Harris and Pelosi addressing the nation before Biden's entrance as Emhoff supported his wife.

Emhoff is a California attorney and was a partner at the firm DLA Piper, where he worked based out of Los Angeles and Washington, DC.

However, he took a leave of absence to support his wife on the presidential campaign last year, before leaving his role at DLA Piper permanently to avoid any conflict of interests.

Pelosi had invited Biden to address Congress.

"Nearly 100 days ago, when you took the oath of office, you pledged in a spirit of great hope that ‘Help Is On The Way’. Now, because of your historic and transformative leadership, Help Is Here!" " she wrote.

"In that spirit, I am writing to invite you to address a Joint Session of Congress on Wednesday, April 28, to share your vision for addressing the challenges and opportunities of this historic moment."

In his speech, Biden discussed his $2trillion infrastructure plan as well as the country's latest vaccination efforts.

The president also spoke about discussed the American Families Plan.

He signed the plan into law in March which "continues to provide immediate relief to American families and communities."

It is described as an "investment in our kids, our families and our economic future."

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