Barack Obama posts a photo with Michelle, Malia and Sasha for Father’s Day

Former President of the United States of America, Barack Obama marked the special occasion of Father’s Day by dropping an adorable photo featuring his wife, Michelle Obama, and daughters Malia and Sasha. The 44th US President posted the photo with a heartwarming note in which he said he was “most proud” to be the father of his two daughters. He also called himself the “Designated Family Photographer”. Her followers expressed their love for the family in the comments section. Keep scrolling to see Barack Obama’s message for his daughters on this special day.

On Monday (IST), Barack Obama shared his Father’s Day post on Instagram. The former President of the United States posted a photo that showed him clicking a photo of his family as they posed in front of a portrait of Michelle Obama in a museum. “Happy Father’s Day to all the dads and father figures celebrating today! Of all I’ve done in my life, I’m proudest to be Malia and Sasha’s dad…and photographer family steward,” Barack wrote in the caption. (Also read: Paternity leave is no less important, say new dads)

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Barack’s post received several likes and comments from netizens. One user wrote: “Greatest first family ever”. Another commented, “Omg I love how the FLOTUS looks like a sibling to the girls. The cutest family! Happy Father’s Day.”

Michelle Obama also celebrated Father’s Day with Barack Obama on Sunday. The former First Lady of the United States dropped a photo of her family which showed her, Barack, Malia and Sasha captured in a candid moment. She captioned it, “Happy Father’s Day to all dads! Barack Obama, thank you for being the most loving and caring dad to our daughters. We love you.” Scroll forward to view his message.

Meanwhile, this year Father’s Day was celebrated on June 19. On this day, we celebrate the fathers and father figures in our lives and acknowledge and appreciate their impact on us. The day is commemorated in most parts of the world on the third Sunday of June. Although primarily a Western tradition, Father’s Day celebrations have also gained great importance in India and several other parts of the world.

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