- Michelle Obama shared a photo of herself in lovely pink satin polka-dot dress that she wore on her prom night
- The mother of two was sitting next to her ex-boyfriend from high school, David Upchurch
- The 56-year-old shared the photo in support of the Prom Challenge with MTV, which is encouraging students to vote in elections
Former US first lady Michelle Obama has wowed her online fans with her amazing photo of her younger self during her high school days.
The mother of two posted a picture of herself in lovely pink satin polka-dot dress with a long cut that displayed part of her thigh.
The 56-year-old was standing next to a man who many did not know, judging from the questions in her comment section.
"Throwing it back to my 1982 prom night and this pink satin, polka-dotted dress, If you're a student or teacher, join the Prom Challenge with When We All Vote and MTV and tell us what your school is doing to register students to vote," she captioned the photo.
The lucky man was actually her ex-boyfriend David Upchurch during their days at high school in Chicago.
The former first lady would later part ways with David when she went to college and met another hunk footballer by the name of Kevin and they dated for a while.
She was then swept off her feet years later with the one and only 44th president of the United States Barack Obama, who is her beloved husband to date.
Michelle shared the picture to support the Prom Challenge which is going on in the US with the support of MTV, which is encouraging students to vote in elections.
She has spoken about her previous lovers in her famous book Becoming and said they used to smoke marijuana and eat at Red Lobster during their high school days with teenage lover David.
The famous book recently won her a first-ever Grammy Award after she was named the winner in the Best Spoken Word Album category for the audio version of the book.
She defeated the likes of John Waters and two of the Beastie Boys to the prestigious award.
The book had earlier been named as a bestseller, surpassing the two million mark.
She also joined husband Barack Obama as a Grammy winner in the family after his wins in 2006 and 2008 for his books Dream From My Father and The Audacity of Hope.
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