Former US President Barrack Obama is in Kenya to attend the opening of a sports and training centre founded by his half sister Auma Obama.
The organization ‘Sauti KuuFoundation’ is a non-profit organisation that helps orphans and other young people struggling with poverty in Kogello.
His wife Michelle Obama was spotted in Paris dancing to some good music from Beyonce.
According to Daily Mail, Michelle and her 17-year-old daughter Sasha were among the famous faces in the crowd as they watched the power couple take to the stage for their On the Run II tour on Sunday night.
Michelle and Sasha were snapped in the stands at the Stade de France by several excited fans before Beyonce and Jay-Z took to the stage.
But when the duo’s concert kicked off, Sasha was no where to be seen and Michelle was spotted mingling with Beyonce’s mother Tina Knowles instead.
Dressed in white shorts, a loose blouse and beige platform wedge sandals, Michelle was snapped standing beside Tina in a VIP area at the front the stage.
At one point as Jay-Z was rapping, Michelle could be seen dancing and waving her hands around with the rest of the crowd.
Watch the video below to watch the former first lady show casing her dance moves
The show was the same one in which Beyonce treated her French fans to a screening of the World Cup ahead of the concert with her husband.
The Formation hitmaker shared a clip on Instagram of the moment the fans went crazy when France scored, as well as a selection of snaps from the stage of the crowds enjoying the game.
Soon after France secured the World Cup by defeating Croatia, Beyonce and Jay-Z took to the stage to perform for the already elated crowd.
As for Michelle and Sasha Obama, it isn’t the first time the pair have been spotted in the crowd at one of Beyonce’s concerts.
Michelle chaperoned both daughters, Sasha and Malia, to Queen Bey’s Chicago gig back in 2014.
Again, concertgoers were quick to snap photos of the then First Lady and her daughters and shared them all over social media.
Michelle is supposed to link up with her husband Barrack Obama in South Africa later on Monday (today) where he will meet with President Cyril Ramaphosa and speak at an event in honor of the late Nelson Mandela’s birthday in Johannesburg.
He’ll also take part in a town hall with 200 new leaders of the Obama Foundation in Africa.