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Barack Obama Check out adorable throwback photo of president with his daughters

The throwback photo had first been shared by his lovely wife, Michelle Obama, in celebration of father's day in 2015, via her Instagram page.

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An amazingly adorable throwback photo of the American president, Barack Obama, and his two daughters, Sasha and Malia Obama, is everything cute.

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June 30, 2015: The presidential pair tease one another while hosting a group of Girl Scouts for a campout on the South Lawn of the White House. play

June 30, 2015: The presidential pair tease one another while hosting a group of Girl Scouts for a campout on the South Lawn of the White House.

 

The throwback photo had first been shared by his lovely wife, Michelle Obama, in celebration of father's day in 2015, via her Instagram page.

The cute photo shows a shirtless Obama frolicking at the beach with his daughters, clutching baby Malia at his side, as Sasha grinned for the camera.

Barack Obama, Malia and Sasha in throwback photo play

Barack Obama, Malia and Sasha in throwback photo

(misspetite)

 

Michelle shared the adorable snap, commenting:

“Thinking today and every day about the father of these two. Happy Father’s Day! -mo”.

This photo is further proof of the bound the family have always shared long before Barack had become the President of the United States in 2009.

Barack Obama family portrait 2015 play

Barack Obama family portrait 2015

(Wikipedia)

 

Barack has also shown himself to be a great lover of kids, over the period of his office till date.

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Watch Barack Obama show off his child whispering skills below:

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