Barack Obama’s Eldest Daughter, Malia Obama, Explores London With Her Boyfriend, Rory Farquharson, In Sweet Photos Amidst Reports That The Romance Is Getting More Serious
It appears that former President Barack Obama’s eldest daughter, Malia Obama, has really been enjoying being in London, as the former first daughter was seen recently taking a causal walk in the Islington neighborhood of the city in the company of her boyfriend, Rory Farquharson.
According to people, who spotted the couple, Malia and Rory were keeping a low profile, but looked really happy and relaxed together.
Reportedly, they did not want to attract attention, because Malia was dressed in pure white pants, a black jacket and her face was make-up free, while Rory wore a khaki coat and loose jeans.
The pair was walking casually incognito in the busy neighborhood of the British capital. Although not many people could recognize them, there was still reportedly some security with them, as an anonymous man was following them inconspicuously.
The two of them have been reportedly going out for about two years and are both Harvard students.
Although Malia and Rory are the same age, 21, he is expected to graduate from the prestigious university one year earlier, because she preferred to take a gap year before starting with university.
The first news of the young people being involved came out when the two of them were seen attending a Harvard vs. Yale game back in 2017, and it seems that since then, their relationship has only gotten stronger.
Recently it was reported that Malia even spent a large portion of her Christmas break in London, where she was a guest at Rory’s $2.4 million six-bedroom home in Woodbridge.
In a recent interview with Duchess Meghan of Sussex, Michelle Obama talked about her daughters, Malia and Sasha, by saying: “In some ways, Malia and Sasha couldn’t be more different. One speaks freely, and often, one opens up on her own terms. One shares her innermost feelings, the other is content to let you figure it out. Neither approach is better or worse because they’ve both grown into smart, compassionate, and independent young women, fully capable of paving their paths.”
She added: “As a younger woman, I spent too much time worrying that I wasn’t achieving enough, or I was straying too far from what I thought was the prescribed path. What I hope my daughters will realize a little earlier is that there is no prescribed path, that it’s OK to swerve, and that the confidence they need to recognize that will come with time.”
It seems that things are getting serious for the young couple.