Barack and Michelle Obama's oldest daughter Malia Obama is making a name for herself in her own right, in a very different industry to her parents!
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The 22-year-old is set to work alongside Donald Glover for her first TV writing role, with the news being reported last week.
What's more, Malia is no stranger to the industry, having worked alongside many famous faces during internships, including on the set of HBO's Girls.
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Malia worked with Lena Dunham during her work experience, and the actress had nothing but praise for her, describing her as an "angel" while talking to Howard Stern.
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"She was interning at HBO, and they thought, what if she comes a couple days a week to the set of Girls? She loved the show, and I mean, obviously we weren't, like, making her go get our coffee.
Malia Obama has been described as "so smart" by Lena Dunham
"You're not going to send [the president's daughter to get coffee]. But she wanted to do all the jobs. That was the cool thing. She was totally enthusiastic."
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The actress also described Malia as being "so smart". Michelle and Barack's firstborn has also worked on CBS drama Extant, alongside Halle Berry.
Malia is set to graduate from Harvard University in the summer, and has been learning remotely during the pandemic, and has been living at home with her parents, who have been splitting their time between their home in Washington and vineyard in Massachusetts.
Barck and Michelle Obama's daughter is making a name for herself in the TV industry
During the coronavirus pandemic, Michelle and Barack have been enjoying spending quality time with their daughters while they are at home.
For a period of time, Malia's British boyfriend Rory Farquharson also stayed with the family.
Rory spent a lot of time with the Obamas during the pandemic and the former President opened up about Rory during an appearance on The Bill Simmons Podcast, and he had nothing but praise for him.
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"He’s British, wonderful young man, and he was sort of stuck because there was a whole visa thing, and he had a job set up," Barack explained, adding that he stayed with their family "for a while".
Malia and her sister Sasha with their famous parents
Joking about the amount of food it took to feed the young man, Barack added: "We took him in, and I didn’t want to like him, but he’s a good kid.
"The only thing you discover — [and] this is not a surprise to you, Bill, because you’ve got a son — young men eat. It’s weird to watch them consume food. My grocery bill went up about 30 per cent."
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