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Michelle Obama Makes A Presidential Return To Vogue

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michelle obama vogue april 2013 cover

It's been four years since Michelle Obama graced the cover of Vogue, but now the First Lady is back with yet another beautiful cover.

Wearing a royal blue and purple Reed Krakoff sheath dress, which was plucked from her own closet BTW, FLOTUS is featured on the April issue with absolute grace.

With her new bangs, the cover reminds us a bit of her latest official portrait. Suck on that, Unkle Karl!

In the Annie Leibovitz-lensed shoot Michelle poses with that guy we all know as the President of the United States aka her husband in the same frock before changing into a fabulous Michael Kors ball skirt and sweater.

We think this cover shoot is even more glorious than her 2009 debut!

What about U???

[Images via Vogue.]

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15 comments to “Michelle Obama Makes A Presidential Return To Vogue

  1. OCVSD1 says – reply to this


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    photoshopped….????



  2. 2

    Love her. She is a great role model for everyone. Love her energy and enthusiasm. She brings good energy and spirit to the white house!!!



  3. 3

    Re: LovesGossip – I agree.

  4. fu says – reply to this


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    PLANET OF THE APES MUCH?

  5. Jenn says – reply to this


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    Re: fu – you're a disgusting person

  6. Manders says – reply to this


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    We are a country of celebrity worship run by celebrities. It would be nice if they would channel some of the energy they put into Vogue photo shoots and appearances on the Jimmy Kimmel show to do some good in this country. What ever happened to humility? They are truly disgusting people.



  7. 7

    I think it is sick the obsession with Michelle Obama being on the cover of every magazine and every talk show. Presidential families are our royalty. In comparison, do you see Prince Harry sitting down for every interview and doing the cover of GQ. No! And, I find it funny how Laura Bush did not get the same attention from Vogue, when she is every bit as elegant and in my opinion, more beautiful, than Michelle. But, this is like everything else, more propaganda, because this administration doesn't seek notoriety from good work, they seek it from being over-publicized in superficial ways.

  8. liz says – reply to this


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    GORGEOUS!!!! WOW!!!! BLOWN AWAY BY THIS!

  9. Nial says – reply to this


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    Re: liz – You're an IDIOT

  10. The Smart Republican says – reply to this


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    like a transvestite..as usual !!!! :(

  11. Beautybysight says – reply to this


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    Re: whatupperez1 – It is a picture geesh! She looks Gorgeous. She is the First Lady, not the president. If she wants to do a magazine cover so be it. She is a great role model, and you all know it.



  12. 12

    I'm so sick of this bitch. Go the hell away. Some people just want to be in your face all the time. Go take another multi-million vacation and stay there.



  13. 13

    Re: Beautybysight

    I think it is debatable whether she is a good role model or not. This is a woman who said she was finally proud of her country when Obama was a potential nominee for President. What she failed to mention was that Carol Mosley Braun ran for President as not only an African-American, but as a woman. So, what, she wasn't proud then? I don't think that sets a very good example for women when they ignore other women around them. But, more of the same from them. Do what I say, not as I do.

  14. @v@ says – reply to this


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    They're both seem to be everywhere, all the time, media wise. You'd think they'd be too busy trying to get the country on track. I guess they have a team for that. Who is overseeing the team?



  15. 15

    Re: @v@ – Have to agree, hope they solve this budget problem in the rnext month, as it as affecting many places starting with our National Parks. I will be traveling to Mexico in May for 10 days and just hope this is solved so I do not go thru longer TSA lines and Immigration on return. I am doing wheelchair assist so that does speed
    things up by quite a bit.