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Barack Obama Shares Loved Up Photos Marking Michelle’s Birthday

Barack Obama Shares Loved Up Photos Marking Michelle's Birthday
Barack Obama Shares Loved Up Photos Marking Michelle's Birthday(via-IG/barackobama)
Former United States President,  Barack Obama shares some loved up photos on Friday 17th January 2020, captioned with a lovely birthday message to celebrate his wife Michelle Obama on her 56th birthday.

 

Barack Obama who took everyone by surprise, especially his followers on social media with his short,sweet birthday message, accompanied with a series of a recently taken black and white intimate photo-booth-style photos of his wife Michelle Obama and himself celebrating her on her birthday, captioned it with:

“In every scene, you are my star, @MichelleObama! Happy birthday, baby!” Barack Obama shared to celebrate his wife on her 56th birthday.

The four photos showed the pair, who were married in 1992, all  lovey-dovey in a photo booth. One snapshot shows the former commander-in-chief giving his wife a peck on the cheek. He throws up a peace sign in another.

The couple have had a fulfilled week, as Michelle Obama’s birthday is coming a few days after they celebrated their Oscar nomination on the documentary ‘American Factory’

“American Factory” debuted on Netflix last August and is the first project produced by the the Obamas’ production company called Higher Ground. It follows the story of shuttered factory in Ohio after it is reopened by a Chinese billionaire.

The Obamas in celebrating their nomination, took to their social media pages to post a message thanking their crew and the academy for the nod.

Barack Obama celebrating the nomination, had this to say:

Barack Obama Shares Loved Up Photos Marking Michelle's Birthday
Barack Obama Shares Loved Up Photos Marking Michelle’s Birthday

Oscar nominations came out today and I’m glad to see American Factory’s nod for Best Documentary. I like this film for its nuanced, honest portrayal of the way a changing global economy plays out in real lives. It offers a window into people as they actually are and it’s the kind of story we don’t see often enough. This is exactly what Michelle and I hope to achieve through Higher Ground. Congratulations to the incredible filmmakers Julia Reichert and Steven Bognar, and the entire team!” he said.

Michelle Obama also took to her social media page to celebrate the nomination, with this message:

“I couldn’t be happier that Julia Reichert, Steven Bognar, and all of the incredible people behind #AmericanFactoryhave been nominated for the Best Documentary Oscar. What Julia and Steve capture on film is at times painful, at times exhilarating, but always thoughtful and always real—exactly the kind of story Barack and I wanted to lift up with Higher Ground Productions. I hope you’ll see for yourself by checking it out on @Netflix” she had said.

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