Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama reveals her husband wore the exact same tuxedo and shoes for eight years

Former first lady Michelle Obama revealed during a candid conversation that her husband wore the same tuxedo for all eight years of his presidency during state dinners, according to MailOnline. The mother-of-two shared the enlightening tidbit during her appearance at Apple's Worldwide

The Obamas had lunch with Bono in New York City

“Everyone in the restaurant knew they were there,” a source told Page Six of patrons who were tipped off by “tons” of Secret Service in the Gramercy eatery. “There was a major buzz in the air.” The former first couple and the

George W. Bush explains his fondness for Michelle Obama – CNN

The unlikely pair have often been photographed together during formal events. When Obama embraced Bush at the opening ceremony for the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture last September, the photo of their warm interaction went viral, CNN

Obamas Agree Book Deal With Penguin Random House

President Barack Obama and the former first lady Michelle Obama agreed to publish coming books at Penguin Random House, Joinfo.com reports with reference to New York Times. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed, but publishing industry executives with knowledge of

The internet is coping through Michelle Obama memes

As Mashable writes, while President Donald Trump was sworn in during Friday's inauguration, Obama was on the sidelines saying it all with her pointed looks. The internet feels you, Michelle.   HRC: Can you believe this shit? MO: Girl, I know.

The Obamas’ best pop culture moments

They rapped, they sang, they dropped the mic and did the Dougie. Perhaps no other president and first lady were more savvy about pop culture than the Obamas, ABC News wrote. From their television appearances to their viral videos, President Barack Obama

Michelle Obama: “Being your first lady has been the greatest honor of my life”

The strong hue put a solid exclamation point on her heartfelt speech that covered the administration's efforts in improving higher education. The lack of pattern or distraction outside of a small triangle cut-out at the chest let the focus remain on her words, USA