The nieces and nephews of the late president and first lady are planning to wed on New Year’s Eve

A family of four from North Carolina is planning to hold a nuptials in the Blue Ridge Mountains, but the bride and groom have a long list of complications to deal with.

Nancy Reagan and Robert and Barbara Nady are expecting their second child.

“We are going to be so proud to have such a wonderful family together, and we are very thankful for the love and support we have received,” Nancy Reagan said in a statement Thursday.

The couple, whose last name has not been publicly released, married in February at the North Carolina State Capitol.

The bride’s sister, Diane Nady, and her husband, Bruce Nady of North Carolina, are expecting a second child in November.

Nancy was born on Dec. 3, 1981.

The family is set to be married at the White House on New Years Eve, when President Barack Obama will preside over the ceremony.

Nancy and her sister are expecting twins.

Nancy’s husband Bruce Nacy and his wife, Barbara, are planning a second wedding for Nancy in November, their sister told CNN.

The Nady family, which is located in the Charlotte area, has been friends and supporters of the Obamas for decades.

Nancy has been in the Whitehouse since 1979.

“I don’t want to be a burden on anybody else,” Nancy told ABC News.

“When I’m out here, I’m just an amazing, beautiful, loving person.”

“My father was in charge of the WhiteHouse staff, and he would say things like, ‘We’ve got to get to a point where we can’t have the press in the front,’ and I would say, ‘Well, then let’s get out of here,'” she added.

The Washington Post reports that the Nadys are expecting the twins.

The wedding will take place in the historic Blue Ridge House on the North Coast.

The former first lady is one of only three surviving members of her husband’s administration.

Nancy Nady died at age 93 on Feb. 8, 2009.

Barbara Nadys died in October 2011, after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

In a statement released Thursday, Barbara Nadiys family said the couple were blessed to have their lives and memories preserved in the years following the president’s death.

“It is truly heartbreaking that the couple’s lives are so much inextricably intertwined with our family,” the statement said.

“While the Nadies are very proud of the fact that their lives are now inseparable, they are also deeply saddened by the loss of such a dear and beloved family member, as well as the loss and damage they suffered as a result of the president and the first lady’s marriage.”