Michelle Obama Shares New Photo of Herself Staring at Husband Barack Obama's Portrait at the National Portrait Gallery and Fans Weigh In
Michelle Obama warms the hearts of many after she shared a picture of her staring at a portrait of her husband, Barack Obama.
Although it has been two years since Michelle Obama and her husband, Barack left the White House, the duo remains one of America’s favorite couples.
The image, which showed the former FLOTUS folding her arms, attracted over one million likes and twice as many comments.
While one fan stated that, the image was “everything,”
Another advised that Michelle frame the picture as it was “priceless.”
A fifth fan exclaimed that Barrack’s portrait is the most stunning she has seen.
The 55-year-old took the opportunity to stop by her husband’s portrait while she was there.
Just before the mother-of-two shared the sweet Instagram post, The Hill announced that hundreds turned up at the Washington book signing Michelle hosted to celebrate the first anniversary of the release of her memoir, “Becoming.”
A very excited Michelle greeted fans with a smile on her face as she fist-bumped with one attendee and traded stories with others.
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So proud to present my friend Lin-Manuel Miranda with the Portrait of a Nation Prize at the National Portrait Gallery. I first met Lin more than a decade ago, when he came to the White House to perform the opening number from what he described as a “concept album.” And, as we all know, his little concept, Hamilton, became a global phenomenon. But what I love most is that he believes it’s his duty to lift up those around him, especially the next generation. It’s why he’s created a Hamilton curriculum for schools, made sure kids from all over can see his shows, and raised millions of dollars for Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. And it’s why he is working so hard to make sure folks are voting in every election and using that freedom that so many fought so hard for. He’s someone who has, in melody and rhyme and connection, painted as honest a portrait of our country as I’ve ever seen. Love this guy. ....... Stylist @meredithkoop Hair @yenedamtew Makeup @carlraymua
As expected, the former first lady dressed the part in a black ensemble. However, that ensemble doesn’t beat the outfit she wore to the American Portrait Gala, which The Cut is calling “one of her best outfits ever.”
Vogue further reveals that Michelle’s look got inspired by Elsa Schiaparelli’s love for lively color and couture-level construction.
The mother-of-two shined in the gown, which gleamed from the subtle diamonds placed on it, and fans are convinced that yellow suits her best.