Little girl wore the cutest Halloween costume copying Michelle Obama's iconic portrait
Three-year-old Parker Curry dressed like her role model, Michelle Obama, for Halloween.
The adorable tot got to meet the former First Lady when she was two years old. She was photographed by Ben Hines while staring at a painting of Obama in Washington.
Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. Her outfit of choice for Halloween can be seen below.
Obama eventually saw Hines' photo, and she ended up meeting the toddler by hosting "a dance party" for her.
The former POTUS shared a short video clip of the encounter on Twitter back in March and wrote that in the caption that she glad to have and danced with Parker. She added:
"Keep on dreaming big for yourself...and maybe one day I'll proudly look up at a portrait of you!"
Parker, I'm so glad I had the chance to meet you today (and for the dance party)! Keep on dreaming big for yourself...and maybe one day I'll proudly look up at a portrait of you! pic.twitter.com/faUVTsYWun— Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) March 6, 2018
For this year's Halloween, Parker recreated one of Obama's iconic looks with the help of Magnolia Lake Children's Clothing.
Her mother, Jessica Curry, shared the photo to Parker's Twitter account with the caption: "Happy [Halloween!] Can you guess who I am?"
Her followers immediately caught on and Mari Copeny, the founder of Dear Flint Kids, tweeted that Parker was a "gorgeous mini first lady."
Another user said "future first lady" while a Twitter user known only as Tammy added, "or future president!"
Karen M Thompson said Parker "is stunning as [Michelle Obama]" and urged her to keep Obama, her mother and "all wonderful women" as her role model.
And Obama herself replied too! She retweeted little Parker's photo and said: "You nailed the look, Parker! I love it!!!! [heart emoji]"
You nailed the look, Parker! I love it!!!! ❤️ https://t.co/40CArze8gT— Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) November 1, 2018
Back when Parker met Obama, it wasn't just a life-changing moment for the little girl, but for her mother too. She said at the time:
"As a female and as a girl of color, it's really important that I show her people who look like her that are doing amazing things and are making history so that she knows she can do it."