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During the last months of Barack Obama’s term as president in 2016, the Obamas met with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as part of their state visit. It was during their visit that they also allowed Prince George to break a royal rule.
Barack and his wife Michelle Obama visited the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during their state visit back in April of 2016. The Obamas also got to see their eldest son Prince George, in which the now-former president jokingly described the meeting as a “breach of protocol” at the time. Royal rules suggest that the children are not allowed to meet world leaders but it seems like the Cambridges allowed George to break the rule when meeting the Obamas as he was photographed in his dressing gown and pajamas.
The Cambridges in recent years are especially known to be more relaxed or at least have steered away from the strict rules and protocols quite a number of times. They have also taken the same approach with their children. One such rule was that two heirs to the throne are not allowed to travel together as a precaution to take in case an accident may happen. However, the Cambridges asked for special permission from the Queen to take their children along when traveling as part of their royal duties.
Meanwhile, Obama is currently campaigning for his former colleague Joe Biden since his endorsement of him several months prior. With only a few weeks left until the November elections, the former president has returned to the campaign trail in full force for the first time. Obama will be hosting a socially distanced campaign event on Wednesday in the swing state of Pennsylvania.
Ahead of his event, Obama has also recorded ads to further back a few Democratic Senate candidates like Jaime Harrison who is running against incumbent Lindsey Graham, incumbent Michigan Senator Gary Peters, and Reverend Raphael Warnock who is currently running for the seat in a special election against Republican Kelly Loeffler.
The former president also previously traveled to Philadelphia to campaign back in 2016 in support of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her husband, former president Bill Clinton.