Michelle Obama cheers kids who recreated her and Barack’s inauguration looks

"Ryleigh & Zayden, you nailed it! 😍💕," the former first lady shared.

Michelle Obama cheers kids who recreated her and Barack’s inauguration looks
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Even Michelle Obama can't get enough of the tiny twosome who recreated the looks that she and Barack wore to President Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony.

Mrs. Obama gave a shout-out to the pair of kids who posed as the Obamas for a series of sweet photos.

"Ryleigh & Zayden, you nailed it! 😍💕," the former first lady wrote.

In the pictures, Ryleigh is wearing a spot-on replica of Mrs. Obama's plum-colored outfit from designer Sergio Hudson. Zayden is wearing a navy coat, pants, and black shoes, similar to President Obama's.


This isn't the first time that little Ryleigh has channeled a political icon.

Last month, she also rocked a pint-sized version of the white suit that Vice President Kamala Harris wore while giving her victory speech in November

The post is aptly captioned, "'All things are possible' ❤️🤍💙."

Michelle Obama made headlines last month for her stylish look at the inauguration. Her stylist, Meredith Koop, said in an Instagram post that it was "about the woman wearing it more than anything."

"It is about her and what she means to you and to America," Koop continued. "She is powerful and she needs to move. She is stunning and she represents what is possible. She is relatable and she is aspirational. She has consistently articulated over the years what has been in the hearts and minds of so many. She has taken a look at the rule book and turned the page. She leads, she inspires, she slays."

Absolutely!

Ryleigh has drawn inspiration from two powerful role models. We can't wait to see her next look!

Jamie Orsini is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, military spouse, and a mom to two busy toddlers. In her spare time, Jamie volunteers with the Solar System Ambassador program with NASA/JPL and reads anything she can get her hands on. She’s currently working on her first novel.

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