The Obama daughters may be on spring break but their trip to Cuba means theyâ€™re getting some extra Spanish lessons in.
In a candid picture snapped by White House photographer Pete Souza during the presidentâ€™s historic trip to Cuba this week, Malia Obama is seen acting as an interpreter for her father as he talks with a Spanish-speaking Cuban man in a restaurant.
It appears the restaurant worker has cracked a joke, since father and daughter sport matching ear-to-ear grins.
White House photographer Pete Souza posted this picture to Instagram on Monday, writing, â€˜The President and Malia share a laugh as Malia translates Spanish to English for her dad at a restaurant in Old Havanaâ€™Â
â€˜The First Lady with Malia and Sasha at La Catedral de la Virgen Maria de la Concepcion Inmaculada in Old Havana,â€™ Souza wrote of this iamge
Souza released several images on Monday giving a behind-the-scenes look at the presidentâ€™s historic trip to Cuba. Mr Obama pictured above greeting Cubans in Old Havana on SundayThe picture was one of several Souza posted to Instagram on Monday, giving a behind-the-scenes look at the presidentâ€™s monumental trip to reopen Cuban-American diplomatic relations.
In another picture, White House staffers stare out the windows of Air Force One as the president landed in Havana on Sunday while other snapshots show the president holding an umbrella as he greeted Cubans in Old Havana later that day.
Michelle Obama holds her daughters close in an Old Havana church, in another sweet photograph.
The Obamas are scheduled to spend another night in Cuba on Monday before flying to Argentina Tuesday afternoon.
White House staffers and the President angle to get the best view of Cuba as Air Force One lands in the country on Sunday
It was raining on Sunday, so president Obama held his own umbrella as he toured the streets of Old Havana
Sasha Obama is seen in the background of this photo of President Obama and his team walking down the street in Old Havana