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First daughters Sasha and Malia Obama were secondary stars of the show at the 2013 inauguration of their father, President Barack Obama, Monday afternoon.

Scroll down to watch the video of them ensuring that official White House photographer Pete Souza captures a historic moment as the president takes one last look back at the admirers gathered at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., to watch him be sworn in to his second term.

Sasha and Malia Obama have grown up before the nation's eyes, and it appears they're paying attention to their father's legacy, as they can be seen in this great clip provided by C-Span grabbing Souza as Obama takes that final look back over the crowd.

As the short clip begins, Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Sasha, Malia and Michelle Obama can be seen walking away from the inaugural stage at the conclusion of the ceremony. But the president turns around one final time to soak in the final moments of his second and final inauguration.

"I'm going to take a look one more time," Obama says in the clip, "I'm not going to see this again."

He stands for a moment casting a serious gaze, then smiling over the crowd, while Sasha and Malia, wearing colorful coats, watch for a second before grabbing Souza and creating an opening for him to catch one last picture of Obama at his 2013 inauguration. The photo has yet to be released, but it may be one for the ages, as it represents the end of the beginning of Obama's second term in the White House.

Check out the full C-Span video below: