Michelle Obama was spotted wearing her most daring top yet during her visit in Italy. She was seen out and about with Barack Obama in Tuscany when she put on another blouse that’s making headlines. On Sunday Michelle made news for wearing a flirty pink blouse with a pair of white ripped jeans in Montalcino. The blouse was off-the-shoulder and had some mild ruching at the bust and shoulder. Monday’s number was even more of a head-turner.
TMZ published photos of Barack and Michelle Obama strolling among locals in Tuscany. Michelle had on a strappy blouse that fell off the shoulders and the straps were loose on her outer arms. It appeared as though it was about to fall off due to the relaxed style. She paired the blouse with high-waist khaki-colored pants and completed the look with a pair of sunglasses and gold accessories. Barack sported a tidy look with a sleek shirt and dark slacks.
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The photos show Barack and Michelle coming out of the Duomo di Siena, the Siena Cathedral, as part of their sightseeing. On Monday, the former president was seen on a bike ride with two members of his security team. At one point he raced them to the top of a hill then they rode together descending back. He’s been getting in several rounds of golf as well.
Daily Mail reported that the Obamas flew into Italy Friday on a private plane escorted by six fighter jets and a 13-car motorcade. They’re mixing business with pleasure this time around. The former president spoke at the “Seeds & Chips – Global Food Innovation” summit where he talked about climate change and threw an insult towards Donald Trump by saying that people “get the politicians [they] deserve’ when they don’t vote.”
Michelle Obama was seen at a summit for the Partnership for a Healthier America in Washington, D.C. last week when she voiced her opposition to the new administration cutting her school lunch program. She argued that it shouldn’t be a partisan issue.
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Barack and Michelle Obama are staying five nights at the Borgo Finocchieto, which they will have to themselves at the cost of $15,000 per night. It’s believed that they aren’t paying the steep rate since the villa is owned by John Philips, the former president’s ambassador to Italy. It’s an ideal place for the Obamas to stay because it provides more privacy. A temporary ban on wild boar hunting was implemented during their visit to avoid any possibility of the ex-president being accidentally shot. The couple will also visit Florence and Siena before they depart Italy on May 24.
Michelle Obama gets a lot of attention for whatever she wears. Last month the internet went crazy when she was seen in a one-piece swimsuit paddle boarding. Prior to that, a photo of her on vacation last year with her hair worn in natural curls got people talking and sharing the image. What she’ll wear tomorrow could make headlines once again.
The Obamas’ popularity hasn’t waned since leaving the White House. It might border on more so with the polarizing effects of the Trump administration. Supporters of the former president and his wife miss them immensely and follow everything they’re doing now. Both are writing books that have garnered a $65 million advance and they continue to stay in the political spotlight in an effort to re-energize the Democratic party.
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