Michelle Obama’s Instagram account is, of course, run by the Office of the First Lady. But still, the images feel entirely personal as if you’re getting a behind-the-scenes peek into her schedule. And, well, you are. This month, Michelle hosted a luncheon at the Studio Museum in Harlem during the meeting of the UN General Assembly. She traveled to a high school in Watertown, Wisconsin, a town known for its high quality water, to kick off her Drink Up campaign. And she treated kids of military families to some cookies shaped like the newest addition to the Obama family. Check out a sampling of the recent photos her 400,000 plus followers have been treated to.
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Michelle Obama and Billie Jean King 2 of 7
Two inspiring women. "Happy 40th anniversary of the Battle of the Sexes tennis match, when Billie Jean King made all us women proud!" read the caption.
Michelle Obama in Watertown 3 of 7
As part of Let's Move, her campaign to fight obesity in America, Michelle is highlighting the importance of drinking water. She took her message to a high school in Watertown, Wisconsin. She posted this photo with the caption, "Thanks to Principal Mantei, Mayor David, Student Body President Mitch Port and all of Watertown, WI for hosting a great launch for Drink Up - a new campaign to encourage everyone to #DrinkH20!"
Eva Longoria and Michelle Obama 4 of 7
Look who joined the First Lady on her Drink UP launch! This caption: "Today the First Lady is in Watertown, WI with @EvaLongoria to spread the word -- drinking water is you at your best. Drink up! #DrinkH20"
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Michelle even posted a video to Instagram! In this message, she says, "If you want the easiest best choice for your health, just drink water. Drink up!"
Sunny the dog 6 of 7
Cookies and puppies -- who doesn't love that? As the caption explains, "Michelle surprised kids from military families with cookies shaped like Sunny -- the Obamas' new puppy."
Michelle Obama meets military families 7 of 7
Looking gorgeous in the color of the season. This pic is from a USO service event. She posed it along with the caption, "Thank you to all of our military families."
Images via Instagram/michelleobama