Sasha Obama Celebrates 9th Birthday With a Pizza Party

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Sasha Obama and President Obama

President Obama and Sasha during a family vacation in Hawaii in January. Credit: Getty Images


Between private concerts with the Jonas Brothers and trips to the set of the new Harry Potter movie, being President Obama's daughter certainly has its perks.

But when Sasha Obama turned 9 yesterday, she kept it low key.

The youngest Obama celebrated her last year in the single digits with a party at California Pizza Kitchen in Bethesda, Md., just outside Washington, D.C.

The birthday girl was accompanied by her mom Michelle, sister Malia and four friends.

The party goers finished the evening on a sweet note -- CPKids sundaes!

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For some reason, we have a feeling that California Pizza Kitchen is going to be the new birthday party hot spot for D.C. kids ...

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