Michelle Obama, Mother Marion, Malia and Sasha Visiting London, Milan and Vicenza Italy

Michelle Obama, Mother Marion, Malia and Sasha Visiting London, Milan and Vicenza Italy

Michelle Obama, her 77 year old mother Marian Robinson, Malia, 16, and Sasha, 14 arrived at London Stansted Airport today. They will visit London, Milan, and Vicenza from June 15-21, 2015. 


The trip is part of Michelle Obama’s ‘Let Girls Learn’ initiative and is visiting London where she will meet with students and discuss how the UK and the U.S. are working together to expand access to girls education around the world – supporting adolescent girls in completing their education.

The Telegraph reported that Mrs. Obama will be met for tea at Downing Street by David and Samantha Cameron and will meet with Prince Harry to discuss their shared commitment to the families of military veterans.

She will also visit the Mulberry School for Girls in east London alongside Julia Gillard, the former Australian prime minister, to promote an initiative education for young women around the world.

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Malia, Sasha and their grandmother have no official role on the trip and are likely to be absent from parts of Mrs. Obama’s itinerary in favor of London’s museums and theatres.

Of course the White House rebuffed questions about the cost of Michelle Obama’s trip with her mother and daughters to Italy and England and also wouldn’t provide the agenda for Sasha and Malia or Obama’s mother, Marian Robinson.

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