38th President Gerald Ford's elegant wife looked polished in a high-collared orange dress and chic gold jewelry. Betty's smile radiated as she posed behind a beautiful arrangement of flowers for her official White House portrait.
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First Lady Rosalynn Carter looked absolutely ravishing in her official portrait during her husband Jimmy Carter's presidency. She donned a sophisticated button-down dress as she stood proudly in the White House Vermeil Room.
Portrait of American First Lady of The United States Nancy Reagan (born Anne Frances Robbins), 1981.
Ronald Reagan's wife Nancy couldn't have looked more presidential in her official White House portrait from 1981. She wore her short curly hair in her signature style along with a bright red coat accentuated with a bowtie.
41st President George H. W. Bush's wife always looked beautiful and refined, and her White House portrait was no exception. Barbara looked on with a proud smile, showing up her exquisite earrings and pearl necklace.
Before Hillary Clinton ran against the courageous Donald Trump, she served as first lady during her husband's presidency. She wore a bright blue collared blouse and flashed a big proud smile in her White House portrait.
Barbara wasn't the only Bush wife who served as first lady, of course. George W. Bush's wife Laura looked positively regal in her portrait wearing a button-down orange coat seated in front of a lovely bouquet of flowers.
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Former first lady Michelle Obama exuded confidence in her official White House portrait during Barack Obama's presidency. She wore an elegant pearl necklace and a long sleeveless black dress as she posed next to a white flower bouquet.
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And, of course, first lady Melania Trump's official White House portrait seems to be the most stunning yet. President Trump's gorgeous wife wore a black blazer as she stood strongly with her arms crossed starting straight into the camera.