Michelle and Barack Obama hang out with U2's Bono in France as dream vacation continues
They were seen strolling around the city of Eze looking relaxed as they walked over to La Chèvre d'Or, a local two Michelin star restaurant
The Obamas seem to be really enjoying their post-White House life. The former First family was spotted enjoying a lunch date with two rockstars of our times, U2's Bono and The Edge. Barack, Michelle, Sasha and Malia, were seen having a great time on Friday, June 21, afternoon in the city of Eze in Italy. They were seen strolling around the city looking relaxed as they walked over to La Chèvre d'Or, a local two Michelin star restaurant.
Michelle donned a simple maxi dress and a hat, pairing it with a pair of cool sunglasses and some stacked golden jewelry. As for Barack, he was spotted looking super casual in his black tee, baseball hat, and pant. His hat had a Rising Sun logo, which is a $200 million superyacht that belongs to David Geffen, music and film mogul. The couple had been hosted by him back in 2017 along with other big names like Oprah.
Michelle and Bono looked particularly engrossed in an interesting conversation, probably chatting up about her book 'Becoming'. Bono, in his true rockstar look, went with a pair of black jeans, a worn-in tee, a stylish fedora and a pair of round sunnies. Bono was seen smiling at the paparazzi throughout — after all, if you were on a lunch date with the Obamas, you'd probably smile too.
Michelle's burnt orange strappy number was from a Brit designer called Three Graces and it retails for approximately $600. She seemed unbothered by the attention. This date happened just a day after news circulated that the Obamas were going to George and Amal Clooney's Italian villa on Lake Como as the next stop to their lovely tour.
As for Sasha and Malia, they both looked uber comfy and stylish. Malia went with a pair of shorts and a crop top while Sasha, the older daughter wore a dark-colored maxi dress.
A 300-foot exclusion zone has been created at Lake Como for the arrival for the family. The former president and his family will fly to Milan by private plane from Provence, where they have been on holiday. Special security measures have been ordered by the mayor of Laglio, Roberto Pozzi, where the villa is located. Pedestrians and boats are expected to be banned.