Michelle Obama, Demi Moore, Jessica Biel, Gisele Bündchen and other stars are giving dads their due.
"I pray for the souls and the families of those who were taken from us," the former first lady wrote on Instagram.
Michelle Obama pens sentimental note to fans about the release of her 'Becoming' documentary amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Michelle Obama and Laura Bush teamed up on Saturday night (not in person, of course) to share a message of gratitude as part of the “One World: Together at Home” special.The two former first ladies went back and forth during the 90-second video, delivering an inspirational message to thank those who have been on the front lines of the ongoing global pandemic.Bush: “Good evening, Michelle and I are thrilled to join you tonight in your homes for this special program.”Also Read: 'One World: Together at Home' Concert: Here's How to Watch and Stream Taylor Swift, Lizzo, Billie Eilish and MoreObama: “Over the years, Laura and I have traveled across this country and around the world.”Bush: “We’ve visited with you at your schools, libraries, diners, places of worship and even at your kitchen tables.”Obama: “And we’ve had the profound privilege of getting to know you and your families. Your hopes, your struggles and your triumphs.”Also Read: Innovative Ways Stars Are Helping Out During the Coronavirus Pandemic (Photos)Bush: “The spirit and courage of the American people is most evident in times of crisis. And during this difficult period of physical separation, we’ve never been closer. Not just in our brave country, but tonight, we stand with the people of the world.”Obama: “Laura and I want to express our overwhelming gratitude to the medical professionals, first responders and so many others on the front lines risking their lives on our behalf.”Bush: “And we’re thankful for our pharmacists, the veterinarians, the police officers, the sanitation workers, and those of you working in grocery stores or delivering food or supplies to our homes. You’re the fabric of our country and your strength will carry us through this crisis.”Also Read: Dr. Phil Says He Used 'Bad Examples' Comparing Coronavirus to Smoking, Pool DeathsObama: “The coming days will not be easy, but this global family of ours is strong. We will continue to be here for one another and we will get through this crisis. Together. Thank you.”After the video aired, Obama shared the video on Twitter, writing, “Thank you to all the essential workers who are getting up every day and risking their lives on our behalf. @LauraWBush and I were honored to show our support for their heroic efforts during tonight’s @GlblCtzn’s One World: TogetherAtHome Special.”Former First Ladies @MichelleObama and @LauraWBush appeared on One World: TogetherAtHome to stand in solidarity with @WHO and the incredible health care workers defending our communities against COVID-19. Do your part to fight this crisis at https://t.co/26xVXSb0qy. pic.twitter.com/yTxjQfGE1Y— Global Citizen (@GlblCtzn) April 19, 2020Read original story Michelle Obama, Laura Bush Deliver Joint Message During ‘One World: Together at Home’ Special At TheWrap
Since leaving the White House, Barack Obama is still maintaining a high profile as he travels across continents to deliver his views on the state of the world including on the current US administration, and has entered into the entertainment and publishing arenas.
Former First Lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama, will be in Singapore on 14 Dec (Saturday) to share about the experiences that shaped her in her public and private life, as well as reflections from her memoir, Becoming.
The former first lady posted an Instagram pic showing her hitting the gym — and hoisting some weights— in a sports bra and leggings.
SINGAPORE — Former First Lady Michelle Obama will be sharing her experiences from her book Becoming on stage at Singapore EXPO Convention and Exhibition Centre on Saturday (14 December).
The former US President, 58, and former First Lady, 55, celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary yesterday.
The Duchess of Sussex reveals how she asked the former First Lady to work with her on the project.
Hours after the royal family announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed a son Monday morning, Michelle Obama shared her well wishes.