Malia Obama to intern for Hollywood producer

Malia Obama to intern for Hollywood producer”

As America's first family prepare to depart the White House, it's claimed that the eldest daughter of Barack Obama will take up a February internship in the NY offices of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein before starting at Harvard University.

The younger daughter of Barack, Sasha Obama, is now in high school in Washington, D.C.

Reps for the Weinstein Co. did not comment, and reps for the Obamas did not get back to us on Thursday.

Malia has previously expressed interest in the film industry - she has interned with Lena Dunham's HBO series Girls and worked as a production assistant on the the CBS sci-fi series Extant, starring Halle Berry.

The 18-year-old is now on her gap year before attending Harvard University in the fall, and she'll reportedly head to work for Weinstein in February after vacationing with her family in Palm Springs, Calif.

Her time working for Weinstein will no doubt be a tad more glamorous, although she's no stranger to making coffee runs like every other intern. "Malia will take a gap year before beginning school", the White House said in a statement. She is scheduled to enroll in fall classes at Harvard University.

While her parents are obviously thrilled that their daughter has chosen to attend the elite school, President Obama admitted to Ellen DeGeneres in a recent interview that he declined an invitation to speak at her graduation ceremony, as he will probably be spending the formality in tears. The amount of time that I'll be investing in issues is going to be high. "She's one of my best friends. Just like her father, she is an avid reader, and she enjoys movies".

Malia, we can't wait to see where this latest gig takes you!

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