- Parker Curry was all smiles when she received a portrait of herself looking like the woman she admired so much
- She was gifted the portrait during a talk show
- In the portrait, Curry resembled the former First Lady and had even dressed like Michelle Obama
A little girl aged four who is arguably former US First Lady Michelle Obama’s biggest fan has been honoured after she was spotted admiring the iron lady.
Four-year-old Parker Curry became a big sensation when she was pictured in 2018 staring at a portrait of Michelle with so much amazement.
While appearing on Little Big Shots, the beauty was gifted a photo that portrayed her as a younger version of the bubbly mother of two.
During Halloween 2019, little Curry dressed up as a miniature version of Barack Obama’s wife then took a picture of that moment.
An illustrator took that photo and converted it into a breathtaking portrayed that left the four-year-old surprised and overwhelmed with joy.
Her big moment first happened when she visited the National Gallery and spotted Michelle’s photo and now curry wants her photo placed next to that of the former FLOTUS.
After becoming a national treasure, the lucky Curry got the chance to meet face to face with Obama’s wife three times and hang out with the ever smiling lady.
The two struck a beautiful friendship and soon after, the little admirer bagged herself a book deal.
Curry penned a cute and sweet storybook meant for girls her age who needed to believe in the magic of self-love.
The book called Parker Looks Up narrated her exciting experience and is a source of encouragement to girls who do not see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Curry was helped to word the storybook by her mum and the illustration was done by talented illustrator Brittany Jackson.
It contains 40 pages of positivity and good vibes that explain life through the eyes of a four-year-old.
Parker always has referred to Michelle as a queen with so much beauty and regality and to her she is not just the former First Lady of the US.
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