Michelle, Malia Obama's Effortlessly Chic Looks While on Vineyard Tour in France
If pictures of them are anything to go by, the Obamas are definitely enjoying their vacation in Provence, France. The latest images show Michelle Obama, and daughter Malia Obama enjoying a mom and daughter moment on their Vineyard tour.
The Obamas are currently on a week’s vacation in Avignon, where they are staying in an elegant 18th-century farmhouse. The former president of the United States and his family seem to be having a swell time in the French city.
LIKE MICHELLE, LIKE MALIA
Michelle Obama and Malia Obama certainly left no hold barred in their choice of outfits for their vineyard tour as they looked gorgeous and stunning.
Cameras caught the two as they left the famous Chateau Vaudieu estate. Malia wore a cropped camisole which had spaghetti straps. She paired the outfit with a high waist skinny jeans adorned with brown sandals on her feet.
Michelle and Malia Obama enjoy a mother-daughter outing to a Provence vineyard https://t.co/BZRVrdCfb6— Daily Mail Femail (@Femail) June 18, 2019
Her mother, Michelle, didn’t want to be outdone by her daughter’s chic look as she also looked trendy in her attire. The former first lady of the US dressed up in a rust-colored maxi dress, which was styled in an attractive design.
The dress also featured ruching and multiple layers. The former first lady had on a straw hat and layered necklaces, while also preferring espadrilles for her feet.
Loving Malia and Michelle Obama's vacation looks! https://t.co/WuSCSfj5xv— HollywoodLife (@HollywoodLife) June 19, 2019
Malia and her mom though dressed differently looked so much like twins. They share an uncanny resemblance that was also noticeable when Barack Obama shared a throwback picture of him and his wife. From the image, it could be seen that Malia shares so many features with her mom.
THE CHATEAUNEUF-DU-PAPE APPELLATION
The venue of Michelle and Malia’s tour is located in Provence. The chateau is at the center of vineyards which cover an area of 70 hectares.
It was built in the 18th century and is one of the three castles from the century that is in the appellation. The chateau is located thirty-five minutes away from the farmhouse, where the Obamas are staying for their vacation.
At the end of their holiday in France, it is guaranteed that the former first family of the US would have thoroughly enjoyed their stay.