Malia Obama and her British boyfriend Rory Farquharson were spotted out on the town in New York City this weekend looking pretty cozy together.
The pair first caught national attention when they were seen kissing at a Harvard-Yale football game back in November and it appears the relationship is still going strong. TMZ first posted the photos.
The former first daughter had taken a gap year before starting school at Harvard last fall and reportedly met sophomore Farquharson at the Ivy League school.
On Saturday Malia Obama and her rumored beau were snapped sitting together chatting in Soho as Farquharson enjoyed a cigarette. While Malia has been seen smoking in the past she didn’t seem to be partaking this time. Hopefully, like her father Barack Obama who reportedly gave up smoking when he ran for president at the behest of his wife Michelle Obama, she has kicked the habit for good.
From the looks of things, Farquharson couldn’t take his eyes of his gorgeous girlfriend as they sat bundled up from the cold in their warm coats.
Prior to Harvard, Farquharson attended the Rugby School, one of the top public schools in the UK. Farquharson not only played rugby but was also an extra in a video that played at the Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony in 2015 along with Prince Harry.
There are other pics of the happy couple from this weekend here showing them strolling the streets together with smiles on their faces, laughing and even one of Malia Obama leaning on her handsome boyfriend as he is standing against the wall.
Oh, young love, how beautiful it is.
Sources : thegrio
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