President Obama's Newest Concern: The First Boyfriend
First Lady Michelle Obama dishes on her hubby's biggest woe: daughter Malia going on dates.
Is the First Family ready for the "First Boyfriend?"
During an interview with Robin Roberts on Good Morning America, First Lady Michelle Obama opened up about her husband's latest concern: their oldest daughter Malia going on dates.
"Fathers in particular, I don't think they know how they're gonna feel until it happens," Obama said about raising their daughters in the White House.
"There's nothing like the look on his face when Malia dresses up for a party and she's heading out. He walks past, and she walks past him, and you can see his face sorta just drop a little bit."
And it looks like the potential suitors of Malia — who turns 15 in July — will certainly be under close watch.
Meanwhile, Michelle says family matters have been contributing to the POTUS' recent grays -- and his changing hair shouldn't all be blamed on the pressures of politics. "People think the gray is from his job -- it's from his children," she quipped.
With Obama's second term underway, the FLOTUS is cherishing every moment she and her family have left under the national spotlight, whether it's taking charge for her "Let's Move" campaign, which works to end childhood obesity, or making a surprise appearance during this year's Oscars ceremony.
"We made a conscious decision to take this in, because four years ago was a whirlwind," she revealed about the Jan. 21 inauguration. "So this was one of those times where we had to just stop and breathe and appreciate all we had accomplished and all that was left to do."
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