Susan has been invited to the celebrations at the White House with the president. So as you can see, her dream is still very much alive. In fact, it's only just starting," The Telegraph quoted her brother John as telling the Daily Record.
“Susan is exhausted, that's all there is to it. It's no surprise - she has gone from a small town in West Lothian to being famous around the world. She's been battered non-stop for the last seven weeks and it has taken its toll. But she'll be looking forward now to the Fourth of July," he added.
Susan was previously invited by the American President, her most famous fan, and his family to attend a dinner but the busy spinster had turned down the chance.