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Malia Obama Pictured On Her Way To Work (Photo)

| by Jordan Smith

Malia Obama was pictured over the weekend relaxing after her first week interning in New York with Harvey Weinstein.

The eldest daughter of former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle was also photographed on her way to work Feb. 6, Daily Mail reported.

Malia Obama was outfitted in a black turtleneck, jean shorts, leggings and shearling-lined Chelsea boots.

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The 18-year-old was seen in a more relaxed setting during the weekend, picking up some coffees with a girlfriend.

She is reportedly spending three months with the Weinstein Company this spring before attending college in the fall.

After Malia graduated from high school, she spent last fall on a tour of Latin America. In January, she also attended the Sundance Film Festival.

During her first week as an intern, she read scripts and pitched to executives.

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She also had time to attend an HBO party for the series "Girls," where she worked as an intern in 2015.

"Girls" creator Lena Dunham spoke to Howard Stern about Malia's time as an intern.

"She was interested, and she was interning at HBO, and they thought 'What if she comes a couple days a week to the set of Girls'," Dunham said, according to ET Online.

She also noted that Malia did not rely on her status as the daughter of the president and first lady.

"Obviously, we weren't making her go get our coffee," added Dunham. "But she wanted to do all the jobs, that was the cool thing. She was totally enthusiastic."

Dunham also had words of praise for the Obama family as a whole.

"She's done such a good job, and clearly her parents have done such a good job," said Dunham. "When you see that family together, they're not performative."

Sources: Daily Mail, ET Online / Photo credit: Pete Souza via IIP Photo Archive/Flickr, Freddie Baez via Daily Mail

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