Republican Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker told reporters on Saturday that he has attended the same-sex wedding reception of a relative.

At the end of a GOP Summit in New Hampshire, Walker was asked whether he would attend the same-sex wedding of a loved one, despite his opposition to marriage equality.

“That's certainly a personal issue. Tonette and I and our family already had a family member who's had a reception,” Walker said.

Walkers' then-19-year-old son, Alex Walker, was one of the two adult witnesses to the June 9, 2014 wedding of Shelli Marquardt and Cathy Priem. Marquardt is the first cousin of Walker's wife, Tonette. Walker said that he was unable to attend the wedding.

“I haven't been to a wedding. That's true even though my position on marriage is still that's defined between a man and a woman, and I support the Constitution of the state. But for someone I love, we've been at a reception,” he said.

Other announced and possible Republican presidential candidates have been asked the same question recently. On Sunday, Ohio Governor John Kasich said that he has plans to attend the same-sex wedding of a friend. Florida Senator Marco Rubio said that he would attend such a wedding. However, former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum said that attending such a ceremony would be a “violation of his faith.”