Michelle Obama flaunts her fit figure in activewear as she contemplates Sydney and climbs the famous Harbor Bridge with her husband — after the former first lady revealed her diet secrets
Michelle Obama tried to disguise herself as she stepped out of Sydney on Wednesday during her “Down Under” visit with her husband, former US President Barack Obama.
Mrs. Obama, 59, kept a low profile in a green jacket and sunglasses as she explored the city before the couple made their way to a private promenade across the iconic Harbor Bridge.
The former First Lady flaunted her fit figure in a green button-down shirt, matching leggings and a pair of comfy sneakers.
Several Secret Service agents followed her as she made her way out of her five-star hotel.
The couple got special permission to climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge without safety devices.
Michelle Obama tried to hide when she stepped out of Sydney on Wednesday during her “Down Under” visit with her husband, former US President Barack Obama.
The casually dressed couple stepped into the world famous landmark as they prepared to leave Sydney to continue Obama’s speaking tour in Melbourne.
The Obamas and their entourage were allowed to walk over the “Coathanger” without having to wear the suits and safety devices normally required by the BridgeClimb.ng operator to wear the suit and safety devices normally required by the BridgeClimb operator.
A BridgeClimb spokesperson referred inquiries to Transport NSW, stating that the authority had “facilitated” the visit, which included Obama’s Secret Service staff.
Obama arrived around 10 a.m. before climbing 1,332 steps along an arc and standing 134 meters above the water with 360-degree views of the harbor.
After completing the rally, Mr. Obama was seen kissing the Bridge Climb Memorial Cap and talking to workers in high-visibility clothing.
Mrs. Obama recently revealed her diet secrets during an interview with a newspaper Huffpost.
She said she starts the day with breakfast, followed by a vegetable or fruit snack and a protein shake.
Mrs. Obama, 59, kept a low profile in a green jacket and sunglasses as she explored the city before the couple made their way to a walk-through bridge across the iconic Harbor Bridge.
The former US president also dressed casually to climb the Harbor Bridge
“Lunch is my biggest meal. Like today, I had fried fish and vegetables. And if I’m going to have carbs, like brown rice or potatoes or something like that, I’ll have it for lunch.”
At dinner she said she usually had “meat, cereal, vegetables and salad”.
If I’m trying to get skinny, I’ll just make a salad. She explained if I was hungry I would add protein on top of that.
The first lady and former president arrived in Australia on Sunday night by private jet.
Sydney is the first leg of a whistle-blowing tour that will also see the former president speak in Melbourne on Wednesday.
The casually dressed couple climbed onto the world-famous landmark as they prepared to leave Sydney to continue Mr. Obama’s speaking tour in Melbourne.
The event offers Australians – willing to spend between $195 and $895 – a first-hand account from the politician on his ‘road to success’.
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese hosted the Obamas at the Crippelli home on Monday morning.
The presidential couple were all smiles as they posed together for the camera, capturing the view by the harbor while holding black umbrellas amidst a light drizzle.
“Honored to welcome President @barackobama to Sydney,” Albanese captioned the post on Twitter, which has since been viewed more than a million times.
Obama’s last official visit to Australia was for the G-20 summit in Brisbane in November 2014 — and before landing on a private plane with Michelle on Sunday, he hadn’t been seen in public with his wife since last year.
Mrs. Obama recently revealed her diet secrets during an interview with HuffPost. She said she starts the day with breakfast, followed by a vegetable or fruit snack and a protein shake