With Joe Biden's inauguration just around the corner, his daughter, Ashley Biden, has voiced her concerns over the event in her first ever televised interview.

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Well, we're finally here, although it's been one hell of a run-up to the election.

Of course, the election couldn't have fallen on a worse year, but it powered ahead despite some major setbacks...

And now, we're at the end of the line...

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Joe Biden is going to be the President of the United States, with his Inauguration set for tomorrow.

And the future First Daughter Ashley Biden has given her first televised interview...


Explaining why she's worried about the big day.

Ashley is the youngest daughter of the family and lives a much quieter life than everyone else.

Ashley was born in 1981, a few years after Joe and Jill got married. She, like most other children with politicians as parents, went to private schools throughout her life and later majored in "Cultural Anthropology" at Tulane University.

After her education was over, she pursued her passion for activism.

But before that, she worked shifts at her local pizzeria until she decided to take on a full-time role that would allow her to change the world for the better.

Shortly after, she earned a master's in social work, and with a degree in her hand, she was only looking up.

She delved into the criminal justice system to focus on reform and in 2014, was named executive director of the Delaware Center for Justice. What an achievement!

But everything changed in 2015 when her brother passed away.

Her mom spoke out about how Beau's death impacted her: "It was very important to Ashley to carry on Beau’s legacy—the reforms in criminal justice, his work with children. Hunter, too, set an example with the work he was doing. She always had a reason to be engaged with them and she found a way to follow her own lead."

And that's exactly what she did.

Talking to Glamour back in 2017, Ashley talked about how she was motivated to carry on her family's name in the political sphere: "The passion started at a very young age... My dad is a lifelong public servant; my mom was a public-school teacher—it's in my DNA."

She also mentioned in a separate interview that her father was a very influential figure in her life:

"My dad always taught me that silence is complicity and that I must stand up for anyone who was being treated unfairly. That has stayed with me through adulthood, and is the guiding principle in my professional life," she explained.

But as famous as her family is, Ashley likes to keep a low profile.

Her Instagram account is set on private and she hardly ever appears at major events with her father, except for this campaign trail in which she supported him all the way.

She's also a businesswoman in her own right.

Ashley started up her own clothing company called Livelihood after Beau died. It makes and sells American-made clothing and the best part is that the proceeds go towards community organizations in Delaware and DC.

There are also little things that we know about her personal life.

She's married to a surgeon from Philidelphia called Howard Krein. The pair tied the knot at a small church and kept the ceremony pretty private, but the pair have been together since 2010.

But despite not being as prominent in the public eye, Ashley has thousands of fans.

Though she had fans before her appearance at the campaign trail, she hit the headlines right after her father was projected as the winner because of her dancing.

That's right, the future first daughter busted out a move in front of everyone.

And of course, we all loved it.

Despite her infectiously positive attitude, she has voiced her concerns over her father's inauguration...

Ashley says she is "worried" about her father's safety at the inauguration tomorrow after the Capitol riots earlier in the month.

In her first televised interview, she told host Jenna Bush Hager of her fears...

"I think anybody you love who is being threatened or... yes, you worry."

You can watch part of her interview below...

Stay tuned for the latest...