Sasha Obama Is Back In The Spotlight Thanks To This Stunning Photo And Michelle Obama's Emotional Story About Her First Day In College

Sasha Obama Is Back In The Spotlight Thanks To This Stunning Photo And Michelle Obama's Emotional Story About Her First Day In College
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Michelle Obama enjoyed a peaceful time with her family on Thanksgiving Day this year as the former first lady posted a never-before-seen family photo on her Instagram for the occasion.

The photograph was shared on the social media platform on Wednesday, and in the caption, Michelle wished everybody happy Thanksgiving Day from her family.

In the snapshot, all four of the Obamas can be seen: the former president of USA, Barack Obama, Michelle herself, and their two daughters, 21-year-old Malia and Natasha, who is 18.

The post quickly gathered a lot of positive comments, and soon, many people were congratulating Michelle on her good-looking family.

However, most of the attention fell on Natasha, also known as Sasha, and many followers remarked how stunning she looked.

Even some celebrities commented on the post, including singer Demi Lovato, who wrote how grown and beautiful Malia and Natasha looked.

The photograph dates back from earlier this year, from the day when Sasha had her prom in high school.

The youngest daughter of Michele and Barack was dressed elegantly in a black gown with spaghetti straps and a high slit on the left side.

She kept her accessories simple and wore only a thin silver necklace.

Since leaving high school, the teenager has continued further with her education at the University of Michigan.

Sasha's transformation into adulthood was such a surprise for fans of the famous family because until now the bigger sister, Malia, was the one who attracted more of the attention of the public, and her younger sister always remained behind.

In a new interview with PEOPLE , Michelle spoke about how emotional it was to send off her youngest to college.

The former first lady said: "Time goes so fast. But like so many experiences in the last ten years, we wanted to make it feel as normal as possible, given our family's circumstances. It was, of course, a little emotional to drop Sasha off at college. It's an adjustment to see each other for a weekend here, a holiday break there, but the moments we do spend together feel extra special because of it."

She went on to say: "We were there, just like most parents, helping her unpack and make her dorm room feel like home."

She concluded by: "But by and large, we let her take care of herself. As a parent, one of the most important things we can give our children is the freedom to find their way in the world."

The former first family remains very popular in the country.


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