Social media was abuzz last weekend when an unknown student was caught passionately kissing Malia Obama before the Harvard-Yale football game on Saturday. It turns out the guy she was kissing is a British import who’s supposedly “quite the catch”.
Rory Farquharson was head boy at one of England’s most prestigious schools before deciding to continue his studies at the Ivy League university, where he is now in his sophomore year.
Farquharson couldn’t have known the international media storm that would begin when he made out with President Barack Obama’s eldest daughter — and it was all caught on camera.
Malia Obama’s gonna remember her first Harvard-Yale football game — and so is the guy she made out with during the tailgate party!
Barack and Michelle’s oldest was pregaming with friends Saturday outside the Yale Bowl in New Haven, CT, and wound up kissing a mystery guy who seemed to be pulling for Harvard, too … based on his crimson tee. –TMZ
Farquharson was selected Head of School at Rugby School for the school year 2015-2016.
The position, usually selected by the school principal in British schools, is to provide a link between teachers and students and usually goes to the most outstanding student — both academically and socially — of the year.
Rugby is one of the top ‘public’ schools in the United Kingdom, just a rung below the more famous Eton and Harrow.
It charges more than $42,500 (£32,000) a year for tuition and board and is, perhaps, is most famous for giving the world the game of rugby.
Farquharson played the sport and was an extra in a rugby video that played in the Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony in 2015, with Prince Harry also making an appearance in the clip.
The young man also represented the school at golf. He was also a member of the Blue Bunsen Society, a chemistry club.
HE FOLLOWS TRUMP…NOT OBAMA
Farquharson might have some explaining to do if he ends up meeting Obama, seeing that the UK transplant follows President Trump on Twitter, but not Malia’s father Barack Obama.
He may have another issue on his hands, as there have been claims Obama is anti-British, due to his Kenyan roots.
Obama’s Kenyan grandfather was involved with the nation’s independence movement against the British colonial authorities around the 1950s and some claim that he was tortured by them when he was imprisoned.
And further speculation to Obama’s true feelings towards Britain grew when he entered the White House and immediately returned a bust of Winston Churchill that was on loan from Britain.
Farquharson spent the summer as an intern with the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building in Northern Ireland.
But according to his Twitter account, he seems interested in following in the banking footsteps of his father, Charles Farquharson who is a chief executive and director of an investment fund management group in London.
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