Who is Barack Obama’s daughter Malia Ann Obama Boyfriend? Her Bio, Net Worth, Height, Siblings

Malia Ann Obama is the popular daughter of one of the most powerful men on the Earth is no easy feat.  Moreover, she is the daughter of the 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama.

Siblings of Malia Ann Obama

Malia Ann Obama was born on 4 July 1998Chicago, Illinois. Obama also interested in sports from an early age, she played soccer, tennis, and ran track. Her father is Barack Obama and her mother is Michelle Obama. She has one sister Sasha Obama. Ann Obama’s name inspired by her father because he wants her name to have Arabic/African roots. Maia father’s inauguration as President on 20 January 2009. Her father previously served as a U.S. senator from Illinois from 2005 to 2008.

Obama’s mother steered her towards volleyball because she felt that the sport would help her daughter accept her unusual height. Obama holds an American nationality and belongs to a mixed ethnic background.

Malia Ann attended the University of Chicago Laboratory School. She studied drama and dance as a child. Moreover, she attends Harvard University and majors in Visual and Environmental Studie. Again she wants to be a photographer and a filmmaker, and NYU has the respected Tisch School of the Arts.

Who Malia Ann Obama Boyfriend?

Looking at her personal life, she is the elder daughter of former President Barack Obama. Currently, Malia Ann Obama has a boyfriend Rory Farquharson. Previously, she is in a relationship with Joey Badass and Taylor Bennett. Furthermore, in the year 2017, she went to college at Harvard University and had a couple of internships with Hollywood bigwigs, such as Lena Dunham and Harvey Weinstein.  At that time, she also met boyfriend Rory Farquharson, a British international student with whom Obama has traveled to London, Paris, and New York. The lovely couple even attended a Beyoncé concert together. There is no more information about her personal life.

What’s Malia Ann Obama Net Worth?

Obama has earned a huge amount of money from her career. Malia Ann Obama has an estimated net worth over $500 thousand. Obama’s internship and participation in the American sports department contributed to this number. Furthermore, she also got most of her money while being the daughter of a president.

Height of Malia Ann Obama

Talking about her body measurement, Malia Ann has an appealing body figure. She stands on the height of 6 feet 1 inches and weighs 61 kg. Likewise, she has black hair color and black eyes color.

Career of Malia Ann Obama

Speaking towards her career, she is a big soccer fan. Malia has competed not so long ago in her first soccer game at Harvard University. In the year 2008, Obama had a music band with Sasha and Godsisters, and they issued two albums. Malia attended to Sidwell Friends School, she was the council’s treasurer. Later that the class vice-president and the president at the end. She has won basketball degrees, volleyball and tennis championships. Obama also the winner of the Gatorade Player of the Year award for two sports. She was named one of People magazine’s 50 most beautiful people in the world on 9 April 2014. Moreover, Time magazine named her sisters as two of the 30 Most Influential Teens, once in 2014 and 2015. In the year 2014 December 16, Google named Malia as the second most Googled celebutante in the world. Malia Ann debuted at No. 52 on FHM’s annual 100 Sexiest Women in the World list at the end of April 2015. According to her father’s eight years in office, there were 232 stories in The New York Times and 187 network news stories about Malia. Furthermore, of all presidential children preceding her, Ann Obama received the most television coverage. More about her father’s career, he began his run to be the Democratic nominee for president in February 2007. Furthermore, a member of the Democratic Party Obama is the first African American to be elected to the presidency. Barak previously served as a U.S. senator from Illinois from 2005 to 2008. Barak Obama was the first black president of the Harvard Law Review.