The First Family posed for a family photo after attending Easter service in Alexandria, Virginia, on April 5. The First Lady, and daughters Malia and Sasha, looked ready for spring in colorful dresses and fresh-faced makeup. Don’t they look beautiful?
The First Family attended Easter service at Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia, on April 5 dressed in Easter pastels. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama posed for a family picture with daughters Malia and Sasha (and dogs Bo and Sunny, too).
First Family Easter Portrait — Obamas Stun As They Attend Easter Service In Virginia
The Obamas took their family portrait ahead of the 137th annual White House Easter Egg Roll on April 6, held on The White House South Lawn. While making a guest appearance on ABC’s Live With Kelly And Michael on April 6, The First Lady explained how proud she was that this year’s theme, #GimmeFive, would be celebrating the fifth year anniversary of her Let’s Move! initiative.
When asked how she felt that Let’s Move! — which aims to reduce childhood obesity through educating families and providing in-school programs for a healthier lifestyle — would be celebrating five years, Obama told hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan, “Five years ago people looked at me like I was crazy because this [childhood obesity] wasn’t an issue. We’ve slowly worked on making exercise and eating healthy fun and something that’s attainable to everybody,” Obama said. “I’m just proud that so many kids are stepping up.”
The First Family’s Easter portrait showed just how much Malia and Sasha have grown up since President Obama was first inaugurated in 2009. And, that like mom, they’ve got great style sense. To copy their fresh-faced beauty, keep your base light with a BB Cream like Clinique Age Defense BB Cream, then use a cheek and lip duo like Dior Cheek & Lip Glow, for a natural flush.
From their clothes and makeup to their posts on social media, the girls are so influential, they were named amongst the list of Time magazine’s Most Influential Teens — something Mrs. Obama told Kelly and Michael doesn’t affect the girls on a day-to-day basis. “I don’t even think they realize they’re influential,” she said. “I don’t think anyone has shown them that article … don’t mention it,” she joked, saying the girls still have rules and responsibilities to follow.
What did you think of the First Family’s Easter portrait?
— Marissa DeSantis