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Michelle Obama Celebrates ‘Galentine’s Day’ With Her Girlfriends In ’80s-Style Workout Clothes – Video

The 14th of February, people around the globe observed Valentine’s Day, but Michelle Obama had some different plans to honor life. The former first lady chose to spend the day with her lady friends, instead of Valentine’s.Valentine’s day doesn’t necessarily mean sharing with a romantic partner and Michelle Obama shares with that sentiment. Michelle decided to spend more time with her girls ahead of the love day.

As part of her “Galentine’s Day” event, Michelle took to Instagram to post a photo of herself with her sisters dressed in the 80s workout gear.

The annual holiday of goodwill came into being when viewers heard the concept from NBC’s comedy “Parks and Recreation.” Michelle felt resurrecting the tradition would be a good idea.


The former first lady praised her mates for helping her stay sane and balanced through the ups and downs of her life in the lengthy caption to her “Galentine’s Day” message.

She also shared how thankful she is for her family, because when she needs support they are the ones she will count on.

Michelle, who recently became an empty nester with her partner, Barack Obama will love her friends ‘ company after their youngest daughter Sasha went to college.


Michelle sounds that life is good as an empty nester after her youngest child went off to college. The mother of 2 opened up in an interview with Oprah Winfrey on her Oprah’s 2020 Vision.

The Life In Motion, on how she and Barack are now spending their time at home. Every day she looks like she is having the best life with her husband today, according to her.

She has also confirmed that it’s “perfect” for her and Barack to actually have their own home. After 18 years of parenting it wasn’t easy to say goodbye to their babies.

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