- The sisters looked all grown up in their Thanksgiving family photo for 2019
- Michelle celebrated Thanksgiving Day early by sharing the group photo on Instagram
- Sasha stunned in a classic black evening gown, while Malia looked sweet in a lavender frock
- Michelle also looked beautiful as always in a white empire dress with sewn-on denim patches
- Barack was the most casual of the bunch, wearing a plaid collared shirt and slacks
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Remember when Malia and Sasha Obama appeared as minions alongside the former US President Barrack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama when they posed for family photos?
Sasha, who is now 18, and Malia, 21, were half their parents’ height in family photos when Obama was first elected president in 2008 but that is no longer the case.
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The sisters looked all grown up as they stood by the former president, 58, and the former first lady, 55, in their Thanksgiving family photo for 2019 shared on Michelle's Twitter handle.
The sisters have grown considerably taller in the never-before-seen family picture shared to celebrate Turkey Day and everyone was looking quite fashionable.
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Obama looked chilled in a button-down shirt and some khaki slacks, Sasha glowed in a slender black dress, Malia beamed in a lilac frock and Michelle had an empire dress with sewn-on patches.
“From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!” read the caption.
The picture was reportedly taken near their home in Washington, DC, last spring just hours before Sasha went to her high school prom with her classmate Chris Milton.
Sasha reportedly began her freshman year at the University of Michigan in August 2019, and Malia is almost midway into her junior year at Harvard University.
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This is Michelle’s second Thanksgiving outside of the White House since her husband’s presidency ended in 2017 but the former FLOTUS is still actively involved in US democracy.
She launched her second When We All Vote campaign on 7 November and she is on a mission to get people registered to vote ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
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