They were then whisked away in a waiting motorcade to be taken to a nearby boat to complete their journey to Branson's private retreat, Necker Island.
Workers were seen loading the small wooden vessel with the couple's luggage before it launched.
“In the winter of ‘86, when we visited my parents, he asked me to marry him,” she told Garrow.
Ironically, Jager’s parents were opposed to the union due to concerns over Obama’s professional prospects and because they thought she was too young.
Although the couple were a natural fit, Jager told Garrow that their life together felt isolating - “an island unto ourselves” in which Obama would “compartmentalise his work and home life.” At the time, Obama was a community organiser who tried to write fiction in his free time, but he already believed he would one day become president of the United States, and Jager was one the few people he told of his ambitions.
The Obamas are splitting their time chilling and writing memoirs ...Michelle Obama bared enough for pretty much everyone in Tuscany to notice.The former First Lady was out and about in a super revealing top -- if shoulders are your thing.The former first couple posed with staff at Terrence B Lettsome International Airport, the islands' main airport, on Monday night after a flight from California.A photograph of the pair with their arms stretched around immigration officials and the local police commissioner appeared on social media after their quiet arrival.