Chasten, who frequently accompanied his husband on the campaign trail, tweeted a photo of him and Pete together, wearing protective face masks, with the caption: "Are you ready, #TeamPete?"
His upcoming memoir, I Have Something to Tell You, is scheduled for release in September and will tell the story of his husband Pete's history-making presidential campaign.
Buttigieg's bid for the White House fell short when he announced he'd suspend his campaign in early March and endorsed Biden, before the 77-year-old nominee ran away with the Democratic race following a string of primary wins on Super Tuesday.
Soon after, the former Indiana mayor threw his support behind Biden, telling voters to elect Biden as the next president.
"Joe Biden is right, this is a contest for the soul of the nation," Buttigieg said. "To me, that contest is not between good Americans and evil Americans. It's the struggle to call out what is good in every American."
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