Two terms and two Vogue covers, you better werk M.O.!

Michelle Obama is enjoying her second ride at the Vogue rodeo as the cover star of the magazine’s April Issue. The FLOTUS looks stunning as per her stylish usual on the cover, sporting a blue, black and burgundy Reed Krakoff dress, and the famous bangs she debuted on her 49th birthday. 

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When the First Lady covered the magazine back in March of 2009, she donned her ol’ trusty designer favorite Jason Wu, but we love her decision to switch it up this time around. 

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Talks that the FLOTUS might once again grace the cover of the magazine hit the web back in January, when Annie Leibovitz and Vogue’s camera crew were spotted at the White House.

Check out some excerpts from the interview below: 

On their job as parents: 

“Our job is, first and foremost, to make sure our family is whole. You know, we have small kids; they’re growing every day. But I think we were both pretty straightforward when we said, `Our No. 1 priority is making sure that our family is whole. The stresses and the pressures of this job are so real that when you get a minute, you want to give that extra energy to your 14- and 11-year-old.”

On their daughters growing up:  

President Obama joked in the Vogue interview that he and the first lady might start hitting the town, now that their daughters are older and have less time for them.

“As I joked at a press conference, now that they want less time with us, who knows? Maybe you’ll see us out in the clubs,” Obama said.

Michelle On Obama as a father:

“He’s doing it while still dealing with Syria and health care. He’s as up on every friend, every party, every relationship,” the first lady said. “And if you’re out to dinner every night, you miss those moments where you can check-in and just figure them out when they’re ready to share with you.”

The magazine hits newsstands on March 26.

SOURCE: Huffington Post

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