Published: Mon, April 17, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Barack and Michelle Obama pose superyacht in Tahiti

Barack and Michelle Obama pose superyacht in Tahiti

Descriptions of the last first couple's latest vacation sound like a mad lib composed of the names of extremely rich and famous icons of a certain age: the Obamas have joined Tom Hanks, Bruce Springsteen, and Oprah for a leisurely tour of French Polynesia aboard a 450-foot megayacht owned by billionaire music mogul David Geffen.

Fifty-three-year-old Michelle sported a relaxed look by wearing a pair of white shorts and a black tank top, her usually blown hair loose and untied.

The couple posed for a photo, and then Barack, in an off-duty chic ensemble of a mint green shirt, white trousers, and white sneakers, lovingly took photos of his gorgeous wife, and the crowd - and by that, we mean social media - went wild. The stunning results of her recent weight loss were on full display as she stood side on snapping photographs of her famous friends.

Fellow passengers included Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Bruce Springsteen, and Patti Scialfa.

Springsteen and Hanks are regular guests while Mariah Carey, James Packer, Leonardo di Caprio and Steven Spielberg have also graced its deck.

Local media also reported rumors that Oprah, another friend of Geffen's, was on board the yacht, however, she was not among the group of guests who posed for pictures.

Here's how Barack and Michelle have been spending all that free time
Barack and Michelle Obama pose on music mogul David Geffen's superyacht in French Polynesia

The music producer is known to post Instagram photos of his famous guests on board but did not do so when the Obamas visited on April 14.

Friday's outing was decidedly more glamorous than their earlier paddle boarding outings. It came after a whirlwind trip to the Caribbean in January where the couple spent time with Sir Richard Branson on Necker Island.

Last month, the former first couple were spotted grabbing brunch with Bono in New York City, where they were greeted with cheers and applause from a crowd of onlookers.

Now, Barack and Michelle are busy with their memoir books, in February, they signed the multimillion deals with Penguin Random House.

Her parents have made a decision to keep a residence there until she graduates.

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