Barack and Michelle Obama's youngest daughter, Sasha is celebrating her 14th birthday today. The cute teen is the youngest child to reside in the White House since John F. Kennedy, Jr. arrived as an infant in 1961.
Sasha Obama first entered The White House when she was just 7-years-old, and we can't believe how fast time passes by as she has blossomed into a beautiful teenager.
One of the best things we love about the Obama family is, they might be the busiest parents in the world, but the US President and the First Lady always take out time for their kids.
Barack Obama is the leader of the world, but when it comes to family, he is the perfect husband and a dad who always shows support and care for his two little daughters.
We have seen Barack Obama a lot of times with Natasha aka Sasha Obama and the way he cares for her, we can't help but love the adorable father-and-daughter pictures.
On the 14th birthday of Sasha Obama, check out her beautiful pics with father, Barack Obama which proves that she is the ultimate 'daddy's girl.'
The little Obama had always been one of our favourites in the family.
Although he is the busiest man in the world, Barack Obama takes out time for his kids.
The Caring Father
As she is the youngest, she is more close to her father like every youngest daughter in a family does.
Isn't it the perfect family picture?
The Perfect Father
Obama in this picture is seen with both his daughters, Sasha and Malia.
The Supportive Daughter
Sasha virtually patted her dad on the back after he took his official oath of office in 2013.
Sasha enjoys some fun ride with her daddy in a yacht.
She Is Daddy's Girl
While Michelle hugs Malia, Obama is seen hugging Sasha in their Thansgiving picture.
She Is A Growing Teen
Sasha Obama first entered the White House when she was just 7-years-old, and we can't believe how fast time passes by as she has blossomed into a beautiful teenager.
The Youngest Child
The cute teen is the youngest child to reside in the White House since John F. Kennedy, Jr. arrived as an infant in 1961.
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