Mexico is not just a favorite destination for the college crowd during summer break; it’s also one of the most popular getaways for celebrities who are looking for a little rest and relaxation from the pressures of Hollywood life. A-listers George Clooney and steady girlfriend Stacy Kiebler,President Obama’s daughter Malia and Kate Hudson,along with a myriad of other stars,headed to Mexico real estate for some fun in the sun.
After being arrested for civil disobedience in Washington D.C. while protesting the situation in Sudan,Clooney opted to recuperate with girlfriend Stacy Kiebler in Cabo San Lucas. The pair was spotted relaxing and hanging out with friends on the beach. This marks the couple’s third trip to Cabo this year,having spent Kiebler’s 32nd birthday last October here,as well as New Year’s Eve with close friends Cindy Crawford and hubby Rande Gerber.
According to the New York Times,US President and first lady Michelle Obama’s teenage daughter Malia spent spring break in Mexico,heading to Oaxaca with classmates where she volunteered at an orphanage,took in the town and visited several archaeological sites. Mexican tourism officials were proud that the President and first lady were comfortable allowing Malia to visit Mexico.
“It’s a compliment that the daughter of President Obama and her friends have decided to live the experience of Oaxaca,” stated Jose Zorrilla,state secretary for tourism and economic development.
Amid rumors that the getaway might be a honeymoon,Kate Hudson was spotted looking fabulous on the beaches of Cancun in a tiny striped bikini last March. Hudson was spotted enjoying the surf with her baby’s daddy,Matthew Bellamy,but the wedding rumors have yet to be confirmed.
Other celebs to be spotted in Mexico include Giuliana & Bill Rancic,who enjoyed a romantic holiday at Cabo’s Hacienda Beach Club & Residences,as well as Jersey Shore pals Snookie and JWoww,who spent spring break in Cancun,and Ben Flajnik from The Bachelor,who enjoyed time in Puerto Vallarta with fiancé Courtney Robertson.