Malia Obama showed off her midriff in a long-sleeved crop top and low-rise sweatpants while running errands in Los Angeles on Thursday.
The 25-year-old daughter of former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama was seen picking up a prescription at CVS on a sunny afternoon after five days of torrential rain across Southern California.
Malia entered the pharmacy with her wallet, cell phone, and car keys in her hands and was later seen leaving with a pharmacy bag and instructions as she headed to her car in the parking lot.
The screenwriter was dressed casually in a navy blue blouse with a light blue collar and matching trim on the sleeves.
Malia Obama, 25, was seen picking up a prescription at a CVS in Los Angeles on Thursday.
The screenwriter was dressed casually in a navy crop top with light blue trim and loose-fitting black sweatpants with butterfly cutouts on the legs.
She paired the navy crop top with a pair of loose-fitting black sweatpants with butterfly cutouts at the legs.
Malia completed the look with a pair of white sneakers and black sunglasses, which she wore atop her head.
She was fresh-faced and her long rust-colored hair was half up in a messy bun with strands framing her face.
The former first daughter’s outing comes three weeks after she flew to Park City, Utah, to debut her short film The Heart at the Sundance Film Festival.
Malia arrived on the red carpet wearing a gray wool coat over a light blue and white striped button-down shirt, a black miniskirt, and tights.
The aspiring filmmaker completed the look with a pair of knee-high boots and a thin scarf reminiscent of the mid-2000s.
Malia seemed to be in good spirits and smiled as she posed for photos alone and with other film festival guests.
He wrote and directed The Heart, which was It previously screened at the Telluride Film Festival in Colorado and the Chicago International Film Festival, where it was recognized in the best live-action short film category.
Malia walked into the pharmacy with her wallet, cell phone, and car keys in her hands. Her rust-colored hair was half up in a messy bun.
Malia was later seen leaving with a pharmacy bag and instructions as she headed to her car in the parking lot.
The Harvard University graduate, who is credited as Malia Ann, previously spoke about the project in Sundance’s Meet The Artist segment.
Malia described it as ‘a strange little story, something of a fable, about a man who mourns the death of his mother after she leaves him an unusual request in her will.
“The movie is about lost objects, lonely people, forgiveness and regret, but I also think it works hard to discover where tenderness and closeness can exist in these things,” he said.
“We hope you enjoy the film and it makes you feel a little less alone, or at least reminds you not to forget the people who are,” he added.
Malia She made her writing debut in the Prime Video thriller series Swarm, directed by Donald Glover and starred Chloe Bailey.
Last year, showrunner Janine Nabers discussed Malia’s work on the show in an interview with Entertainment tonight.
Malia’s departure comes three weeks after she flew to Park City, Utah, to debut her short film The Heart at the Sundance Film Festival.
The former first daughter smiled happily while promoting the film, which she wrote and directed. “The movie is about lost objects, lonely people, forgiveness and regret,” she said.
“Some of her speeches were so crazy, and they were so good and so funny,” she said of the former first daughter. “She is an incredible writer. She contributed a lot…she is very, very dedicated to her craft.”
Glover, also known by his stage name Childish Gambino, confirmed in March 2022 that he gave the former first daughter her first job writing for the series.
“She’s an incredibly talented person,” he said. vanity fair from Malia. “She is very focused and working very hard.”
Malia’s father, Barack Obama, later. revealed during a meeting with comedian Hasan Minhaj who had seen Swarm in support of his daughter.
“I watched it because, A) I was a big Atlanta fan,” he said, referring to Glover’s FX show. ‘And I saw it because my daughter worked on it. So of course I have to keep an eye on it.
Minah then asked if he had seen the pilot, alluding to a scene in which Dre (Dominique Fishback) watches Marissa (Chloe Bailey) and Khalid (Damon Idris) have sex through the crack of an open door.
‘Look, if what you are implying is that there are aspects of that program that I found a little disturbing…’ the former president responded. “But that’s the nature of art today, and at (this) time, and that’s okay.”