Michelle Obama and her girls looked stunning as they touched down in Morocco on Monday evening. The first lady of the US and her daughter Malia and Sasha are on a six-day visit to Africa to promote education among girls as part of their Let Girls Learn initiative. The trip will also see them stopping in Spain.
Michelle, Malia and Sasha have been accompanied on their trip by their Marian Robinson, the former’s mother. The 52-year-old first lady looked elegant in a floral navy and white wrap dress. Michelle’s dress featured an asymmetric hemline, long sleeves and a round neck with a ‘V’ detail.
The dress was cinched in at the waist with the wrap details that showed off the first lady’s tiny waist. It also flaunted her toned legs and the fitted and flared sleeves showed off her toned arms. Michelle paired her dress with black high heels.
Her brunette tresses were kept in a side part and styled into loose waves. She wore smoky eye makeup and a slick of lipgloss. Michelle’s 17-year-old daughter Malia, who recently graduated from high school, opted for a black jumpsuit.
Her jumpsuit featured a black and white striped shirt sleeves that she pared with black strappy flats. Malia’s long brunette tresses were left loose over her shoulders in a side part. She accessorized with a choker necklace.
Meanwhile, and Sasha, 15, channeled her mom in a flowing floral long sleeve ensemble with heeled sandals. Her chiffon dress featured a round neck with string detail, three-quarter length sleeves. Her long locks were also left loose in a side part and she wore a hint of lipgloss. Sasha also accessorized with two necklaces with pendants.
The stylish Obama trio were welcomed by King Mohammed VI wife’s Princess Lalla Selma, who stunned in a bright orange coat dress and red lipstick. She opted for pointed toe orange high heels with black and white straps. She accessorized with hoop earrings, rings and a gold clutch bag. Her long curly hair was left loose over her shoulders in a side part.
On Tuesday, Michelle was also joined in Marrakesh by actresses and education advocates Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto for a panel discussion about the challenges women in the African country deal with on a regular basis.