Michelle Obama was a sharp dresser. She is funny and she knows how to relate to a lot of people. She will go down in history as one of the best first ladies because she cared about children and the people that she worked with. She is also beautiful and a good support to her husband.
Yes, childhood obesity is a worldwide problem that has been growing since the 1980s and won't be solved by one person and in just two Presidential terms. However, Michelle Obama brought a lot more attention to the epidemic and got the ball rolling with a number of important initiatives such as starting Let's Move! in 2010 and serving as the honorary chair for the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA). She promoted physical activity. Therefore, the FLOTUS and her teams sought to change the surroundings for many kids. For example, as part of the Let's Move! Initiative, the U.S. Tennis Association built or refurbished 10,000 youth-sized tennis courts, held programs to encourage kids to play tennis and traied many more coaches to help kids learn tennis.
Michelle Obama has been nothing short of graceful these last eight years. She is very smart and authentic, and backs her husband in the most adoring way. She carries herself in a proper and graceful manner, and has been kind to all she meets. No one could ever accuse her of being anything less than one of the best.
Not only is she well liked, physically fit, pleasantly educated, has retained a sense of modesty and is out-spoken for many worthy causes. She is not hard to look at, either, which does not hurt.
I feel as if she demands a certain amount of respect from just being a worthy human being and if you were to couple all these together you find she falls into the category of best First Ladies.