Cheer up, guys! The Obamas look downcast as they return home from two-week break on Martha's Vineyard
President Obama and the first family looked glum when they stepped off Marine One outside of the White House after their summer vacation.
They had been on Martha's Vineyard for the past two weeks, enjoying their annual summer break - and they seemed far from happy to be home.
En route to the capital on Sunday, they stopped off at Cape Cod to swap their first helicopter for the President's plane Air Force One, and they managed to smile at crowds on the tarmac.
But as the family disembarked Air Force One at Andrews Air Force base, before taking another helicopter back to their official residence, the happy faces had vanished.
At the White House, a serious-looking Obama took the hand of his 17-year-old daughter Malia, while his wife and Sasha, 14, followed behind.