President Barack Obama greets a Wiltshire family while visiting Stonehenge (Picture: AP Photo)
Stonehenge is one of the most recognisable sites in the world, while Barack Obama is one of the world’s most recognisable people.
And for one Wiltshire family, to see the leader of a world superpower at this World Heritage site was an opportunity not to be missed.
Janice Raffle, talking to the BBC, said ‘we had a brief tête-à-tête across the barbed wire’.
The mother of three boys explained ‘there was a bit of banter about boys being the best’ on account of the American president joking that she was ‘outnumbered.’
This surprising encounter was captured by the president’s photographer on Mrs Raffle’s phone.
The president had decided to visit the mysterious stone formation after leaving the Nato Summit in Newport, Wales.
President Obama waving to the Raffle family he saw near Stonehenge after leaving the NATO…
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