Sasha Obama is back in the spotlight thanks to this stunning photo and the emotional story of Michelle Obama about her first day at university


Michelle Obama enjoyed a moment of peace with her family on Thanksgiving this year, when the former first lady posted a family photo never before seen on her Instagram for the occasion.

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

In the snapshot, you can see the four Obama: the former president of the United States, Barack Obama, Michelle herself and her two daughters, Malia and Natasha, 21, who is 18 years old.

The post quickly gathered many positive comments, and soon, many people congratulated Michelle on her attractive family.

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

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

The photography dates back to the beginning of this year, from the day Sasha had her high school graduation party.

Michele and Barack's youngest daughter was elegantly dressed in a black dress with thin straps and a high opening on the left side.

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

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Growing up, every time I came home from school with a story to share, my mother was there with a snack and an attentive ear to hear what I had in mind. When I got home with a story about my disastrous second grade classroom, she entered the school to find out what was happening. And as I grew up, even during my years as First Lady, she was always there for me as a guiding light through the fog that clouded my path. She has always heard more than a lecture gave; He observed more than she showed. In doing so, it allowed me to think for myself and develop my own voice. From an early age, he saw that I had a flame inside me, and she never dimmed it. He made sure he could keep it on. Mom, thanks for lighting that fire inside me and for your example as mother and grandmother of our daughters. We would never be who we are today without you. #Happy mother's day mom. I love you. ❤️

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

Sasha's transformation into adulthood was a surprise to fans of the famous family because until now the older sister, Malia, was the one that attracted the most attention from the public, and her younger sister always stayed behind.

In a new interview with PEOPLEMichelle talked about how emotional it was to send her youngest son to college.

The former first lady said: “Time passes very quickly. But like so many experiences in the last ten years, we wanted him to feel as normal as possible, given the circumstances of our family. Of course, it was a bit emotional to leave Sasha in college. It's a good fit to see each other here for a weekend, a vacation break there, but the moments we spend together feel very special about that. "

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

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With #MothersDay just a couple of days away, I find myself thinking a lot about the way my mother raised me. And although our family was packed with a small apartment, one of the best gifts he gave me was the freedom to explore and develop in my own person. For example, even though we didn't have much money, she and my father raised enough money together to send me on a high school trip to Paris, which opened the world to me in many ways. And now that I'm raising my own children, I wanted to convey that lesson to my own girls. I have been very fortunate to be able to travel with Sasha and Malia throughout the country and around the world, experiences that my mother would never have dreamed when she was her age. But although the configuration may be different, the message is the same, and I hope that mothers everywhere will go to their daughters, as we seek new perspectives and leave our comfort zones, we can discover more about ourselves.

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


The first first family is still very popular in the country.

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