President-elect Obama, Vice President-elect Biden and their spouses have arrived at the White House to have coffee with President Bush.

Bush and First Lady Laura Bush greeted Obama and Michelle ObamaMichelle ObamaReport: Bush called Trump's inauguration speech 'some weird s--t' Obama to travel to South Pacific island to work on memoir: report Obama and Trump haven’t talked since inauguration MORE as they exited their limo. Michelle Obama handed a present -- in a box with a red ribbon -- to Laura Bush.

Obama and his family have already been to St. John's Church in Lafayette Square for a service that has beceom an inaugural tradition, according to the pool report. Obama's entourage included: Maya Soetoro-Ng, Obama's half-sister; Marian Robinson, Michelle Obama's mother; Craig Robinson, Michelle Obama's brother; Reggie Love, President-elect Obama's personal aide; and Kaye Wilson, the godmother of the Obama daughters.

The group rode from the Blair House in two limousines, both with the license plate "1."