Kamala Harris and Doug Emhoff shared a clumsy kiss via their masks throughout a supposed shock birthday celebration for the vice chairman on Wednesday.

Simply earlier than strolling into the room, Harris confusingly yelled ‘shock’ for her personal shock 57th celebration. The room then erupted in cheers and claps – however it didn’t seem anybody else yelled ‘shock.’

Vice President Harris then walked over to her husband, first gentleman Doug Emhoff, and accepted flowers earlier than the 2 exchanged a kiss via each sporting black masks.

She was then serenaded by a roomful of staffers with ‘Glad Birthday’, the 40-second video posted Wednesday confirmed.

Within the room  the place the celebration was being held, balloons lined the desk the place a chocolate sheet cake sat on high with a single slice reduce out and a candle on high.

Masked staffers lined the room and filmed the celebration. 

Upon walking into a supposed surprise birthday party on Wednesday, Vice President Kamala Harris (left) yelled 'surprise' as she entered the room, lined with masked staffers and her husband, first gentleman Doug Emhoff (right)

Upon strolling right into a supposed shock celebration on Wednesday, Vice President Kamala Harris (left) yelled ‘shock’ as she entered the room, lined with masked staffers and her husband, first gentleman Doug Emhoff (proper)

Harris and Emhoff shared a kiss through their face masks

Emhoff presented the vice president with a bouquet of flowers

Harris walked over to her husband and gave him a kiss – regardless that they had been each sporting black face masks 

Harris, now 57, walked into a room full of staffers singing Happy Birthday to her on Wednesday

Harris, now 57, walked right into a room stuffed with staffers singing Glad Birthday to her on Wednesday

In one other quick Twitter video, President Joe Biden was proven holding a bouquet of flowers and a framed picture of them each as he walked into the vice chairman’s workplace to want her a Glad Birthday. 

Harris, now 57, wore a gray blazer and matching pants and stood behind her desk, laughing on the sight of the commander-in-chief bearing items. 

‘Actually? Aw Joe, I am very touched. Thanks,’ she stated, kissing him on the cheek.

Biden turned the body to disclose a photograph of he and the vice chairman smiling and strolling alongside one another in entrance of the White Home. It had a observe written on it too, though it’s unclear what the annotation stated.

‘That is my favourite,’ Harris stated, posing for a photograph with the president and his reward. 

‘I am gonna hold this up with nice satisfaction.’ 

Harris was born on October 20, 1964 in Oakland, California to Tamil Indian biologist Shyamala Gopalan and Stanford professor Donald J. Harris, who’s from Jamaica. 

President Biden surprised Vice President Harris with flowers for her birthday on Wednesday

President Biden shocked Vice President Harris with flowers for her birthday on Wednesday

The president also gifted her a framed photo of the two of them walking side-by-side

The president additionally gifted her a framed picture of the 2 of them strolling side-by-side

The duo posed for a photo, with Harris gushing: 'I'm gonna hang this up with great pride'

The duo posed for a photograph, with Harris gushing: ‘I am gonna hold this up with nice satisfaction’

The gifted photo shows Biden and Harris smiling as they walks past the White House lawn

The gifted picture exhibits Biden and Harris smiling as they walks previous the White Home garden

On Wednesday, Harris criticized Republicans within the Senate after they blocked voting rights laws for the third time this 12 months. 

The Freedom to Vote Act, which might make Election Day a nationwide vacation, was opposed by all 50 Republicans within the higher chamber.

Although Harris can break ties as vice chairman, 60 votes are required to interrupt a filibuster, a tactic used to delay the passage of a invoice, usually via infinite debate. 

The laws would fight what Democrats say are restrictive anti-voting measures being put in place in Republican-led states that disenfranchise poor and black and Latino voters. 

Harris reacts as people sing 'Happy Birthday' to her when she arrived at the Capitol to break a Senate tie - the responsibility of the sitting vice president

Harris reacts as folks sing ‘Glad Birthday’ to her when she arrived on the Capitol to interrupt a Senate tie – the accountability of the sitting vice chairman

Harris's vote was not enough to end a Republican filibuster against voting rights legislation

Harris’s vote was not sufficient to finish a Republican filibuster towards voting rights laws

The invoice would additionally require states to permit not less than 15 consecutive days of early voting in locations with not less than 3,000 voters and would enable residents to vote early with no excuse wanted.

‘The USA Senate and members of america Senate had a possibility to uphold the significance of each American’s proper to train their basic proper in a democracy – which is their proper to vote,’ Harris informed reporters.

‘When offered with this chance, the Democrats unanimously upheld the significance of that proper. And the Republicans, sadly, unanimously failed to take action.’