Princess Lalla Salma and Michelle Obama attend a dinner

On June 28, 2016, US first lady Michelle Obama, Malia and Sasha Obama attended a iftar dinner hosted by Princess Lalla Salma and Princess Lalla Meryem of Morocco at Royal Palace of Marrakech. US First Lady Michelle Obama launched a $100 million aid package in Morocco on June 28, 2016 to promote the education of girls in a country, where half of females over 15 are illiterate.
Princess Lalla Salma,  Michelle Obama, Malia Obama and Sasha Obama, Princess Lalla Meryem attend a dinner at Royal Palace.
Princess Lalla Salma,  Michelle Obama, Malia Obama and Sasha Obama, Princess Lalla Meryem attend a dinner at Royal Palace.
Princess Lalla Salma,  Michelle Obama, Malia Obama and Sasha Obama, Princess Lalla Meryem attend a dinner at Royal Palace.
Princess Lalla Salma,  Michelle Obama, Malia Obama and Sasha Obama, Princess Lalla Meryem attend a dinner at Royal Palace.
Princess Lalla Salma,  Michelle Obama, Malia Obama and Sasha Obama, Princess Lalla Meryem attend a dinner at Royal Palace.

16 comments:

  1. Not one of Michelle's best looks, and that hair!

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  2. There's hardly anything more beautiful than the Moroccan royal ladies in their traditionally inspired gala gowns. Breathtaking.

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  3. loving michelle Obama and her kids

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  4. Princess Lalla Salma has the right balance of tradition and modern.And her hair, absolutely beautiful ! Is that Meryl Streep in one of the photos ?

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  5. Two contrasting beauties Lalla Salma (who is gorgeous, with the most magnificent hair) and the beautiful and elegant Michelle Obama. She looks stunning in photo three.

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    1. In my opinion there is nothing stunning or elegant about MO. She and her hubby are milking the federal purse. They were just in the western US on a trip - with mommy Robinson in tow. This trip, also with mommy Robinson, is just another way for them to get more vacations, "socialize" with royalty. Cannot wait until the door to the WH slams shut on them.

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    2. Sad, but true. This family's trip is a pitful waste of hard-working US taxpayers' money. Power and money do not equate to class or good breeding.

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    3. What is a REAL waste of US taxpayer's dollars is sham investigations costing $7.1 million dollars, our do-little-as-possible Senators and Congresspersons working an average of 165 days a years, but able to retire with wildly generous pensions and healthcare plans, and the untold billions plus wasted on military expenditures and contractors, while veterans like myself struggle to get decent healthcare.

      But lets ignore all that to engage in Obama family bashing...

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    4. Sad, but true. This family's trip is a pitful waste of hard-working US taxpayers' money. Power and money do not equate to class or good breeding.

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  6. Seems to be a 'Lady's Dinner'. The food in Morocco is one of the best in the world. Must have been fantastic. I know this is a fashion blog. But talking about the moroccan royals, we should not forget, that Morocco is not a democratic state and that the wealth and the splendid lifestyle of the royal house relies on the suppression of the people. Wonder what Michelle Obama and Meryl Streep (does she belong to the entourage of Michelle Obama?) think or talk about that. But I agree Lalla Salma seems to be a nice person.

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  7. They all look wonderful. Mrs.Obama, her mother, the girls and Meryl Streep in the entourage nowadays too. According to the "Huffington Post" :"...32 Millions adults in the U.S. can't read (according to a study conducted in late April 2013 by the U.S. Dep. of Education and the National Institute of Literacy ) That's 14 percent of the population...".
    So a $100 million aid to Morocco. Wher is the next stop on their summer-travels then?

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  8. Sorry, forgot: Princess Lalla Meryem of Morocco is a real delicate beauty in my eyes. And Malia, please close your mouth while looking into the camera. Just give us a smile, girl! Very privileged to sit there, a lot of girls would love to sit there too.

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  9. A table full of beautiful women...Very empowering. Despite the negative commments.

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  10. ALL lovely and intelligent ladies!!!

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