The Obamas, The Clooneys Spotted on Boat Trip near Actor's Italian Lakeside Villa
The Obamas continued their lavish European vacation on Sunday as they joined the Clooneys on a boat trip near the latter’s Lake Como mansion in Laglio, Italy.
According to Daily Mail, Barack Obama and George Clooney spotted suits without ties and appeared to be on their way to a formal event on Sunday, June 23rd.
It was earlier reported that Barack, along with his wife Michelle, and their daughters, Malia and Sasha, would be joining George and his wife, Amal, at a charity dinner for The Clooney Foundation for Justice.
The former United States first lady, on the other hand, sported a white blouse and black trousers while Malia chose...
The foundation, founded by the actor and his international human rights lawyer wife, attends to the plight of marginalized communities suffering human right abuses.
The Obamas and the Clooneys were spotted getting off the boat and walking along a red and blue bridge from the dock to the land. The former US president wore a black suit and a light blue shirt while George, in a light grey suit, stopped to help Amal, 41, Michelle, 55, and Malia, 20, off the boat.
Amal, who married George, 58, in 2014, looked glamorous in an orange floral dress and let her glorious black hair fall around her shoulders. The former United States first lady, on the other hand, sported a white blouse and black trousers while Malia chose a dark maxi dress and gladiator sandals.
According to the outlet, Barack, 57, and his family, are expected to be in town until Monday. Check out all the pictures here.
Earlier, it was revealed that the governor of Laglio, Mayor Roberto Pozzi, had put up a $565 fine for anyone, vessel, or vehicle that comes within 300-ft of George and Amal’s sprawling mansion, Villa Oleandra.
Where they toured the medieval Palais des Papes and sat to dinner with friends
A nearby beach and the town’s pier were also to be closed over the weekend, except to boat owners, and no TV crew or drone pilot were allowed anywhere near the villa.
Pozzi reportedly described the Obamas’ stopover as “an exceptional promotion for our territory and a great honor,” adding that for such, “there is a price” to be paid.
The Obamas commenced their European vacation over a week ago in the south of France where they toured the medieval Palais des Papes and sat to dinner with friends.
While in France, the family was reported to be staying at a $60,000-per-week mansion and Malia and Obama also made time to go on a father-daughter hiking trip. It's not sure where the Obamas plan to go after their visit with the Clooneys, but they definitely look to be having a great time.