- Ryleigh and Zayden have finally attracted the attention of the former US First Lady Michelle Obama after their lovely recreation
- Michelle said that they got everything right in trying to look like she and her husband on the day Joe Biden was sworn in
- Tweeps who reacted to her commendation said the kids look really beautiful
The former first lady of America, Michelle Obama, has finally acknowledged the two kids, Ryleigh and Zayden, who recreated her family's outfit.
Recall that the kids became famous for the recreation when the photos showing them wearing replicas of Michelle and Obama's inauguration clothes hit the internet.
In a Twitter post by the former first lady on Monday, February 1, she said the kids really nailed it, suggesting their attempt was perfect.
Her tweet praising the kids has received over 250,000 likes with hundreds of quoted replies at the time of writing this report.
See her post below:
Below are some of the reactions her validation of the kids got:
"OMG, it doesn't get any cuter than that."
"Ladies and gentlemen I will present you the new president and his first lady."
"If I had kids like this they’d never learn to walk cause I’d carry them everywhere."
"Looks wonderful...adorable......I also enjoyed your show when you came to first ontario center in hamilton...I work there and the audience loved you."
In similar news, two young beautiful kids have gone viral after a stunning mimic of the majestic dressing shown by Barack Obama and wife Michelle during US President Joe Biden's inauguration.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a mother, Jayla Brenae, shared photos of the outfit her baby wore on 2021 Inauguration Day and people could not just resist the cuteness.
In a post on Wednesday, January 20, the mother posted four pictures and tagged them:
"Nyla's Inauguration Day look."
The baby had on a red dress with a matching cap that fit her facial profile. Her shoe also complimented her overall style.
Many tweeps said the baby really looked beautiful and her outfit was perfect for the special day in American history where a black woman was being sworn in as the first female vice president.
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