Malia Obama, the oldest daughter of the former president of the United States, has found love at the University of Harvard, where she has been studying since last September. Last weekend the daughter of Barack and Michelle Obama was recorded kissing with a young man hitherto unknown before a football game between the Harvard and Yale universities. According to the Daily Mail, the boy’s name is Rory Farquharson, who is 19 years old and the son of a leading British investor.
According to information from the British newspaper, Farquharson was a student of the renowned Rugby School -whose tuition is around 38,000 euros per year-, where he stood out for his excellent academic performance and where he was named student delegate for the 2015-2016 school year. A position, usually selected by the director of the center, which is aimed at the most outstanding student both academically and socially. “He was very close and popular,” a source tells the Daily Mail.
The young man, who also represented his school in golf and was a member of the Blue Bunsen Society, the school’s chemistry club, is the son of Charles Farquharson, a successful businessman who runs the investment fund Insight Investment Management Limited.
Farquharson decided to open horizons and leave England for the United States. Currently, she is studying the second year of Law at Harvard University, the same career as Malia, which is in the first year . If the couple goes ahead, the eldest daughter of Barack Obama would be following the same steps as her parents, who did meet in college while studying law.
Since the affectionate images of the Farquharson couple, which has become the media center, have come to light, they have eliminated all their accounts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter social networks.
Something that has also caught the attention of those same snapshots is that you can see the first-born of the Obama family smoking a cigarette. In August 2016 some images of Malia Obama with a cigarette in hand at the Lollapalooza festival caused much controversy for the simple habit of smoking and because many even claimed that it was marijuana. A month later, Malia wanted to settle the criticism and was seen at another music festival in Philadelphia with a shirt with the message “Smoking kills .”