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Time Flies! Malia & Sasha Obama Are So Grown Up At The White House State Dinner

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Mar. 11 2016, Published 12:51 p.m. ET

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No boring politics here! President Barack Obama hosted the first state dinner of his final year in his presidency, welcoming Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. But Obama’s daughters stole the show!

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President Obama Hosts Canadian PM Trudeau On His Official Visit To Washington

President Obama Hosts Canadian PM Trudeau On His Official Visit To Washington
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Barack and Michelle Obama, wearing a floral Jason Wu gown, welcomed the Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, with a joke.

President Obama Hosts Canadian PM Trudeau On His Official Visit To Washington

President Obama Hosts Canadian PM Trudeau On His Official Visit To Washington
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Obama introduced Trudeau as “the most popular Canadian named Justin,” in a joke about singer Justin Bieber.

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Trudeau State Dinner Guest Arrivals

Trudeau State Dinner Guest Arrivals
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But aside from celebrity guests Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, who looked picture-perfect, Obama’s not-so-young-anymore daughters stole the show!

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President Obama Hosts Canadian PM Trudeau On His Official Visit To Washington

President Obama Hosts Canadian PM Trudeau On His Official Visit To Washington
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Malia, 17, looked like a spitting image of her mother in a strapless jeweled gown.

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President Obama Hosts Canadian PM Trudeau On His Official Visit To Washington

President Obama Hosts Canadian PM Trudeau On His Official Visit To Washington
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Sasha, 14, wore a semi-sheer dress with a braided up-do. Both girls’ gowns cost almost $20,000 each by designer Naeem Khan!

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