Barack and Michelle Obama shared a few throwback family photos on Easter, the former president and ex first lady celebrated the holiday on Sunday and expressed their thoughts about Easter on social media accounts. Barack Obama posted a snapshot of himself with his wife and two daughters in the White House celebratng Easter when he was the president, he wrote in the caption, “Wishing all who celebrate today a blessed and joyful Easter. After a difficult couple of years, let’s give thanks for all the gifts we enjoy — and the people who make this life special”.
Michelle Obama shared a snap of the family in a church at the Easter Service and wrote, “Every Easter, I am reminded of the power of faith and community. Wishing all those celebrating today a day of joy and renewal”. Recently, during an interview Barack revealed how he and his spouse has turned into empty nesters following Sasha and Malia Obama moving out, Barack promoted his new series on Netflix called “Our Great National Parks”. Malia has graduated from Harvard University and is working as a writer for the upcoming series on Amazon Prime Video called “Hive”, whereas Sasha is still in college.
In an interview, Michelle Obama reminisced at her marriage and told, “Before the White House, before the kids, before careers, it was just me and Barack together shaping our lives, building a friendship, being one another’s everything. That’s what we were able to return to once the White House was over and the kids wre grown and you knew they were okay. We came through the struggle together, which makes our foundation even more solid than it was. I am happy to say that I can now look up from all of that and look over across the room and I still see my friend.”
This month Barack went to the White House for the first time in five years to celebrate the Obamacare also known as the Affordable Care Act which is a historical law enacted during his presidency and was also joined by the current president Joe Biden who served as his Vice President from 2009-2016. He made fun of Biden by referring him as the “vice president”.