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U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama is “fifty and fabulous”

January 17, 2014, 19:12 UTC+3
A big birthday celebration will be held at the White House on Saturday
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Michelle Obama took an active part in Barack Obama’s election campaign in 2007-2008
Michelle Obama took an active part in Barack Obama’s election campaign in 2007-2008
Michelle Obama took an active part in Barack Obama’s election campaign in 2007-2008
© AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast
After his reelection in 2012, President Barack Obama admitted in his Election Night Speech, “I wouldn’t be the man I am today without the woman who agreed to marry me 20 years ago.”
After his reelection in 2012, President Barack Obama admitted in his Election Night Speech, “I wouldn’t be the man I am today without the woman who agreed to marry me 20 years ago.”
After his reelection in 2012, President Barack Obama admitted in his Election Night Speech, “I wouldn’t be the man I am today without the woman who agreed to marry me 20 years ago.”
© AP Photo/M. Spencer Green
After becoming the U.S. First Lady, Michelle actively participated in “Let’s Move Campaign” to promote healthy lifestyle
After becoming the U.S. First Lady, Michelle actively participated in “Let’s Move Campaign” to promote healthy lifestyle
After becoming the U.S. First Lady, Michelle actively participated in “Let’s Move Campaign” to promote healthy lifestyle
© AP Photo/Jae C. Hong
Michelle Obama is concerned with increasing access to higher education, especially for children from underprivileged families
Michelle Obama is concerned with increasing access to higher education, especially for children from underprivileged families
Michelle Obama is concerned with increasing access to higher education, especially for children from underprivileged families
© AP Photo/Chicago Tribune, Nancy Stone
The First Lady participates in a program to help veterans find work and improve their living conditions
The First Lady participates in a program to help veterans find work and improve their living conditions
The First Lady participates in a program to help veterans find work and improve their living conditions
© AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster
Michelle Obama planted a vegetable garden near the White House
Michelle Obama planted a vegetable garden near the White House
Michelle Obama planted a vegetable garden near the White House
© flickr.com/Official White House Photo/Pete Souza
Michelle considers raising her two daughters a top priority
Michelle considers raising her two daughters a top priority
Michelle considers raising her two daughters a top priority
© AP Photo/Frank Franklin II
After moving to the White House, Michelle started calling herself “Mom-in-Chief”
After moving to the White House, Michelle started calling herself “Mom-in-Chief”
After moving to the White House, Michelle started calling herself “Mom-in-Chief”
© AP Photo/Susan Walsh
The First Lady is an active participant of various campaigns devoted to children
The First Lady is an active participant of various campaigns devoted to children
The First Lady is an active participant of various campaigns devoted to children
© flickr.com/Official White House Photo/Pete Souza
The Obama family’s vacations are always under close media scrutiny
The Obama family’s vacations are always under close media scrutiny
The Obama family’s vacations are always under close media scrutiny
© AP Photo/Charles Dharapak
In 2011, Forbes magazine named Michelle Obama the world’s most powerful woman
In 2011, Forbes magazine named Michelle Obama the world’s most powerful woman
In 2011, Forbes magazine named Michelle Obama the world’s most powerful woman
© AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster
In the American media, Michelle Obama is often compared to Jacqueline Kennedy and Princess Diana. Michelle is the first African American First Lady in the U.S.
In the American media, Michelle Obama is often compared to Jacqueline Kennedy and Princess Diana. Michelle is the first African American First Lady in the U.S.
In the American media, Michelle Obama is often compared to Jacqueline Kennedy and Princess Diana. Michelle is the first African American First Lady in the U.S.
© flickr.com/Official White House Photo/Pete Souza
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Michelle Obama took an active part in Barack Obama’s election campaign in 2007-2008
© AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast
After his reelection in 2012, President Barack Obama admitted in his Election Night Speech, “I wouldn’t be the man I am today without the woman who agreed to marry me 20 years ago.”
© AP Photo/M. Spencer Green
After becoming the U.S. First Lady, Michelle actively participated in “Let’s Move Campaign” to promote healthy lifestyle
© AP Photo/Jae C. Hong
Michelle Obama is concerned with increasing access to higher education, especially for children from underprivileged families
© AP Photo/Chicago Tribune, Nancy Stone
The First Lady participates in a program to help veterans find work and improve their living conditions
© AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster
Michelle Obama planted a vegetable garden near the White House
© flickr.com/Official White House Photo/Pete Souza
Michelle considers raising her two daughters a top priority
© AP Photo/Frank Franklin II
After moving to the White House, Michelle started calling herself “Mom-in-Chief”
© AP Photo/Susan Walsh
The First Lady is an active participant of various campaigns devoted to children
© flickr.com/Official White House Photo/Pete Souza
The Obama family’s vacations are always under close media scrutiny
© AP Photo/Charles Dharapak
In 2011, Forbes magazine named Michelle Obama the world’s most powerful woman
© AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster
In the American media, Michelle Obama is often compared to Jacqueline Kennedy and Princess Diana. Michelle is the first African American First Lady in the U.S.
© flickr.com/Official White House Photo/Pete Souza

U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama is celebrating her 50th birthday on January 17. Michelle has always been by Barack’s side throughout his political career. The First Lady’s popularity ratings in the U.S. are even higher than those of her husband. According to last year’s McClatchy survey, 63% of the respondents thought highly of Michelle while 26% held a negative view of her. One of the closest friends of the Obama family, Senior Advisor to the President of the United States, Valerie Jarrett said Barack and Michelle “serve as an example” to all Americans.  A big birthday celebration will be held at the White House on Saturday. The guests are advised to put on comfortable clothes and rehearse some dance moves. 

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