President Barack Obama and the first family are glowing following their trip to Cuba, returning to U.S. soil just in time to celebrate Easter together.
The Obama family joined a congregation of more than 500 people for an Easter Sunday service at a historic Black church in Virginia.
The Rev. Howard-John Wesley, pastor at Alfred Street Baptist Church was ecstatic to see the Obamas in attendance, describing them as “the gorgeous family.”
The pastor also advised the congregation to feel welcome to share introductions and greetings but “don’t act crazy” when interacting with the first family during the church service.
“From my family to yours, Happy Easter, and we wish everyone celebrating a blessed and joyful day,” Obama tweeted, alongside a charming portrait of his family.
As reported, the first family spent an hour at the service before returning to the White House.