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She's the First Lady we come to for inspiration on the prettiest dresses, and we like her even more for championing home-grown talent like Peter Pilotto, Christopher Kane and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi.
Here, Mrs Obama stayed true to her figure-flattering frock mantra in a gorgeous flare shirt dress.
At the restaurant she spoke about the importance of eating as a family and said that the First family sits down together to dine each night but admitted that sometimes the President eats his meal too quickly, ABC News reported. Pictured right with Agnese Landini, wife of the Italian premier Matteo Renzi, she greets their daughter young Ester Renzi U. First Lady Michelle Obama (centre) says farewell to Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (right), as his wife Agnese (left) looks on, after visiting Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper in the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan The First Lady was typically stylish in a red and pink buttoned dress and nude kitten heels as she boarded the aircraft this morning.
Keen to make the most of her visit, the US Ambassador to London, Matthew Barzun, took a photograph of her as she climbed up the steps Michelle Obama's sojourn in London has got to be top of our list of this year's best fashion moments.
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Yesterday Mrs Obama and her daughters took tea with Prince Harry at Kensington Palace.Theresa May was presented with the devastating findings of a Cabinet Office inquiry into Damian Green three days ago - but delayed sacking him until last night.The Prime Minister spent weeks struggling to find a way to save her closest ally before finally bowing to the inevitable.But the final announcement was put off until after the pair had put on one last smiling show of unity at PMQs yesterday afternoon.
The premier received the results of the Cabinet Office investigation on Monday, including the conclusions that Mr Green had issued two 'inaccurate and misleading' statements denying he knew about the discovery of pornography on his office computer during a controversial police raid in 2008.Police arrested the driver of the white SUV and a second man (left) moments after it came to a halt outside Flinders Street station, but it was not immediately clear if the destruction was deliberate act or a tragic accident.