Malia Obama looks gorgeous and all grown-up as she hands out Thanksgiving meals with her family
The 21-year old, elder daughter of the former POTUS spent her Thanksgiving holiday with parents, Barack and Michelle, and 18-year old sister Sasha
Time flies fast and before the world even realized, Malia Obama is already a beautiful, adult woman, particularly as seen in her latest photo on Thanksgiving Day.
This Thanksgiving, the young lady spent her holiday with parents, Barack and Michelle, and 18-year old sister Sasha. The former president and her father, Barack Obama. shared the special moment on Instagram with a photo of his family with a post that said, “Today, we give thanks for our blessings, give back to those around us, and enjoy some time — and turkey, and maybe a little football — with the ones we love. From the Obama family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving.”
However, Malia stole all the media attention with her gorgeous looks and captivating smile, as the photo showed her passing out Thanksgiving meals to those in need. She also looked the simplest in her navy blue dress, as she handed out canned food at a local shelter, with her father beside her.
As mostly seen in her posts, the former first daughter portrays all the willingness and traits of a philanthropist and always brings a cheery attitude to the table, which is why she is loved, admired and looked up to by many young women in the country.
To this post, celebrity soccer player David Beckham replied and commented with utmost appreciation of the Obama family. He jokingly said, “Happy thanksgiving to you and the family 💗 I’m more than happy to pop round for a game of football but I think u might have been talking about 🏈… @barackobama.”
The photo and post were available on Instagram in less than 24 hours after Michelle Obama posted a new family photo, where she wished everyone a happy Thanksgiving. Michelle's photo was taken way back in May at their younger daughter, Sasha's prom. Both the girls looked stunning with their cutting-edge but simple fashion sensibility.