FORMER PRESIDENT OBAMA LOOKING YOUNG AGAIN AS HE AND HIS WIFE HOLIDAY AT THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
The Obamas traveled from a long weekend in Palm Springs to the islands on Branson's private jet last Monday, were first seen on a neighboring British Virgin Island Tuesday enjoying lunch in photos obtained by Daily Mail UK.
The couple kept it casual, president Obama pictured wearing a pair of black shorts and shirt to match, with a black cap face backwards, meanwhile Michelle , dressed in white for the tropical sun. She wore her hair braided and covered her head under a white hat.
Obama with Richard Branson taking a walk on the Island
President Obama and Michelle are eight days into their tropical holiday in the British Virgin Islands, and on Tuesday enjoyed lunch with Richard Branson and daughter Holly
Former president Obama and his wife Michelle posed with BVI Immigration Officers at Terrence B Lettsome International Airport in the British Virgin Islands last Monday night after after they landed
The Obamas with Richard Branson and his daughter Holly
The Obamas jetted in from Palm Springs, where they spent the weekend, on billionaire Richard Branson's jet
The Obamas kept it casual, as they both sported shorts, sandals, hats and sunglasses during their outing on Tuesday.
Barack said hello to those standing-by and replied 'thank you so much' to a man who told them to have a nice holiday
Barack and Michelle waiving to people who were standing behind security guards as they walked together with Richard Branson on the sand towards a waiting helicopter nearby
Former president Obama, said he would jump into the political fray when 'core issues' are at stake, invoked 'comparisons to President Obama's foreign policy decisions.'
'With regard to comparisons to President Obama's foreign policy decisions, as we've heard before, the president fundamentally disagrees with the notion of discriminating against individuals because of their faith or religion,' according to the statement
Obama said in a statement Monday days after Donald Trump's travel ban: 'Citizens exercising their Constitutional right to assemble, organize and have their voices heard by their elected officials is exactly what we expect to see when American values are at stake.'