Barack Obama and Michelle Obama recalled their daughter, Malia, on her birthday by honoring her on social media.
Ex-president shared a throwback photo of Malia with him. She is still very young and the ex-POTUS is smiling with his eyes closed while supporting his daughter. Barack wrote in the caption that his daughter, who celebrates her birthday on Independence Day, thought the fireworks were for her.
“Happy Fourth of July, and Happy Birthday, Malia! It’s been such a joy to watch you begin to make your way in the world with poise, grace, and humor. I miss the days when you thought the fireworks were for you,” he wrote in the caption.
In the interim, Michelle uploaded a photo of her with her daughter on Instagram. In the picture, Malia is cuddling her mom while both of them smile at something from afar. The former first lady accompanied the post with a message for her eldest daughter.
“Happy Fourth of July, everybody—and also, happy 23rd birthday to our dear Malia!” Michelle wrote. “It’s been a few years since we took this photo, but I know that she’ll always be my sweet little girl whose big hugs and big heart always
lift my day. Malia, we love you, and are so excited to see what this year will bring for you!”
Numerous mentioned on Michelle and Barack’s birthday posts for their daughter. The netizens also out their birthday greetings for Malia in the remarks section. “Happy Birthday [red heart emoji] strong Women Empower Women,” one commented.
“Happy Birthday Malia, we miss our First Family…Blessings and much love,” another wrote.
“Happy birthday Malia!” a third user added.
“Ma’am, your daughter has the same grace, and very authentic like you. The way you groomed her, shows your compassion, dedication, and responsibility towards your motherhood journey,” a fourth added.
Malia recorded a TV writing gig for an Amazon project. She united Donald Glover’s sequence for the network, in February.
“Michelle and Barack’s daughter has shown interest in entering Hollywood for quite some time now. In 2017, she landed an internship with The Weinstein Company after being an intern on HBO’s “Girls.” She also previously worked as a
production assistant on CBS’ “Extant” that starred Halle Berry,” ibtimes wrote.