First Lady Michelle Obama

President Obama Attends Kennedy Center Honors Reception

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Michelle Obama was born in Chicago, Illinois. She attended Princeton University and Harvard Law School. Mrs. Obama met husband Barack Obama at a Chicago law firm. The First Couple has two daughters, Sasha and Malia. (Whitehouse.gov)

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