Former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama have kept relatively low profiles since leaving the White House in January -- but that seems like it may be changing.
The pair has been making international headlines recently after being spotted enjoying themselves around Italy, as President Donald Trump arrived in Rome on Tuesday during his first foreign trip.
Trump and first lady Melania Trump arrived in Rome on Tuesday, where the president is scheduled to meet with Pope Francis and Italian President Sergio Mattarella on Wednesday before heading to Brussels.
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The president will return to Italy on Friday, attending the Group of 7 summit in Sicily. Trump will also visit American troops stationed in at a US air base in Sicily.
Barack Obama headed to Milan to meet with former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and give a speech on climate change at the Seeds and Chips Global Food Innovation Summit earlier this month. Following the summit, he and Michelle traveled to the Tuscan countryside, reportedly staying at the Borgo Finocchieto villa. According to the Daily Mail, the incredible villa is owned by Obama's former ambassador to Italy, John Philips.
Barack Obama was spotted playing golf and Michelle Obama generated a media frenzy when she was photographed taking a stroll in Montalcino and eating gelato.
It is unclear if President Trump and former President Obama will cross paths abroad.