Twenty-year-old Malia Obama was spotted sipping on a bottle of Whispering Angel rosé while she was enjoying a pool party with her friends in Miami on Sunday. Photos of the former first daughter were shared by Daily Mail showing her chilling as temperatures soared to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Malia, daughter of Barack and Michelle Obama, sunbathed in a black swimsuit with three friends at an exclusive five-star hotel. Malia took a break from her usual routine for the Presidents Day weekend. She typically spends her days in cold Massachusetts where she’s studying at Harvard University. She will start her second year of college in the fall.

Photos shared by the U.K. tabloid showed Malia smiling and laughing with her friends as they headed to the pool together. Malia had her long hair pulled halfway up and donned a thick chain with a pendant around her neck.

The latest photos come just a day after she was spotted enjoying her day at a Miami beach sporting a white bikini. Malia was seen having a fun time with her girl friends while her British boyfriend Rory Farquharson – who she was spotted out on a date with around this time in 2018 – was not present with her.

Malia and Rory met at Harvard, and were rumored to be dating since 2017. They were seen together in August showing off some major PDA during a trip to London.

In 2017, Malia sparked controversy after a video surfaced showing the young girl blowing smoke rings. At the time, Ivanka Trump came to the defense of Malia on Twitter saying: "Malia Obama should be allowed the same privacy as her school-aged peers. She is a young adult and private citizen, and should be OFF limits.”

Chelsea Clinton also defended Malia at the time, saying on Twitter: “Malia Obama’s private life, as a young woman, a college student, a private citizen, should not be your clickbait... Be better.”

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Malia Obama pushes back her hair as she and the Obama family attend the National Christmas Tree Lighting and Pageant of Peace ceremony on the Ellipse, Washington, Dec. 3, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque