President Barack Obama Breaks His "No Hats" Rule, Wears a Tiara With Girl Scouts

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Some rules are made to be broken.

Back when President Barack Obama turned down a football helmet gift by the U.S. Navy football team, he famously said, "You don't put stuff on your head if you're president. That's politics 101. You never look good wearing something on your head."

That all changed when he met up with a group of girl scouts in Tulsa, Oklahoma in June this year after they won the annual White House Science Fair for their "Lego flood proof bridge project."

As the girls posed with tiaras on their heads, the POTUS put on a tiara of his own for the snap. "Still editing 2014 Year in Photos," Pete Souza, the chief official White House photographer captioned the photo, he revealed this week. "I may include this one even though it's a posed photo. This is from the annual White House Science Fair. The kids from Girl Scout Troop 2612 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, convinced the President to wear a tiara with them for their group photo."

We wouldn't be surprised if Sasha and Malia framed this one.

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