Michelle Obama Unveils Rare Childhood Photos of Malia and Sasha on ‘Sesame Street’

Recently, the wife of past president of America, Michelle Obama, showed off some pictures of her daughters, Malia and Sasha as they were having fun at "Sesame Street."

The former first lady released memories stored up in the shutters via her social media handle; in a bid to congratulate the progression and consistency of the kiddies program as they celebrated 50 years.

Michelle Obama posted a couple of images which reflected the fun time and experiences with the girls' at "Sesame Street."The former First Lady wrote a lengthy message filled with the details of her visit. It read:

"I could not be more honored to help celebrate 50 years of @SesameStreet tonight. It's a program that's been part of my life as a child, as a mother, as First Lady, and thankfully still today. I'll never forget the first time my daughters came to Sesame Street with me back in 2010. As Malia, Sasha, and I walked onto that street with the brownstone, the grocery store, and the famous trash can, we were totally overwhelmed, in awe, our faces filled with wonder, our spirits soaring, but it wasn't just us, my staff was mesmerized...I hope you'll join me in celebrating by sharing a favorite memory or lesson learned using #Sesame50."

On her comment section, many of her followers appreciated the love for Sesame Street.

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I could not be more honored to help celebrate 50 years of @SesameStreet tonight. It’s a program that’s been a part of my life as a child, as a mother, as First Lady—and thankfully, still today. I’ll never forget the first time my daughters came to Sesame Street with me back in 2010. As Malia, Sasha, and I walked onto that street with the brownstone, the grocery store, and the famous trash can, we were totally overwhelmed, in awe, our faces filled with wonder, and our spirits soaring. But it wasn’t just us—my staff was mesmerized. Even the Secret Service agents had big goofy grins on. There is something unexplainable that happens there, some unique alchemy that bubbles up that you just can’t find anywhere else. There’s nothing in the world that so beautifully marries boundless aspiration with simple goodness, nothing that strips away the daily madness and distraction, nothing that is so pure and hopeful—and absolutely essential to our future. Congrats on 50 great years—here’s to 50 more. I hope you’ll join me in celebrating by sharing a favorite memory or lesson learned using #Sesame50.

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The praises didn't stop at her Instagram handle, in the course of a dinner awards ceremony for the anniversary, she spoke about how much influence and impact the show has had on her life as a young girl, mother; and during her administration as a First Lady.

She further highlighted in her memoir, "Becoming," about how she got acquainted with the show at an early age of five.

Several celebrities turned up for dinner; there was even a stage performance from John Oliver, Hoda Kotb, John Legend, Lin Manuel Miranda and the Muppets!

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With #MothersDay just a couple days away, I find myself thinking a lot about the way my mother raised me. And even though our family was crammed into a tiny apartment, one of the greatest gifts she gave me was the freedom to explore and develop into my own person. For instance, even though we didn’t have much money, she and my dad cobbled enough money together to send me on a high-school trip to Paris, which opened up the world to me in so many ways. And now that I’m raising kids of my own, I wanted to pass that lesson on to my own girls. I’ve been so fortunate to be able to travel with Sasha and Malia all across the country and around the world—experiences my mother never would have dreamed of back when I was their age. But though the settings may be different, the message is the same, and it’s one I hope mothers everywhere pass on to their daughters—in seeking out new perspectives and reaching outside of our comfort zones, we can discover more about ourselves.

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Undoubtedly, Michelle is having the time of her life after serving for two terms in office as the First Lady. She hints the media on how she intends to stay clear of politics but will give her support to whoever emerges the winner in 2020.

She happens to have a warm and pleasant aura and inspires a lot of young people.

In the course of a visit to some students from Morehouse and Spelman colleges, she opens up about the challenges she faced at Princeton University.

Michelle seems to connect with a large number of crowd and things; whether it's the students or the children's program. It is apparent that she is admirable and appreciated!