Oprah Winfrey melted hearts when she joined her beautiful sister's graduation. They look so alike
- AmoMama brings to you news from 'USA Today' of the time Oprah Winfrey attended her half-sister's graduation.
- When Oprah learned she had a long-lost half-sister and that her dream was to graduate from college, the media mogul took steps to make that dream a reality.
- And trust her, she could not miss the graduation for anything.
Nothing beats your family members being there for you on that glorious day when you don your graduation gown.
At last, you're done, and you want to celebrate a period well spent in school, but it is never complete when the ones you care about the most do not show up.
That was not the case for Patricia Lee as her half-sister, the famous media proprietor, talk show host, actress, producer, and philanthropist, Oprah Winfrey turned up for her big day.
Oprah Winfrey graced the graduation ceremony for University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee students alongside her man, Stedman Graham.
She came with her security team, but they blended in seamlessly with the crowd; reading their programs like everyone else.
In fact, a lot of the attendees did not know that Oprah was in their midst, but some did.
Soon after the commencement ceremony began at the UW-Milwaukee Panther arena, posts and pictures showed up on Twitter about the media mogul's presence.
Oprah posted a photo with her sister on Instagram:
'My sister Pat who discovered she was a part of our family 6 years ago, had 1 big dream when I met her. To go to college and finish strong! Today that dream came true. Congratulations lil Sis. #UWMgrad'
Looking at the photos, it is apparent that the two women look so alike!
Oprah and Pat share a mother Vernita Lee who also resides in Wisconsin.
The daytime TV titan introduced the world to her half-sister on an episode of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' in 2011.
And since then, Oprah has made her life better.
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Source: USA Today