10. Barbara Bush (first lady from 1989 to 1993). This sweet and at the same time strict lady was the wife of the 41st US President George Bush. Barbara married George a few years after they had met in college. In difficult times, the strong character of this woman manifested itself – she became a real support for her husband and guardian of the home. For this life fully thanked Barbara – the country’s president was not only her husband, but also her son became a president, and for the Americans she became an example to follow.
9. Michelle Obama (2008 – 2016). People say: “the darker the berry, the sweeter the juice,” and this is certainly true when it comes to Michelle Obama. Many people consider Michelle with her subtle sense of style as the hottest first lady in American history.
8. Pat Nixon (1969 – 1974). Richard Nixon, Pat’s husband, was the 37th president of the United States. In addition to the fact that Mrs. Nixon was one of the most stylish and popular first ladies, she remembered to Americans with her compassion for orphans – the woman personally ran numerous children’s homes.
7. Rosalyn Carter (1977 – 1981) – wife of the 39th US President Jim Carter. Rosalyn Carter was not just the first lady, she took an active part in the management of the presidential administration, represented the interests of the spouse on foreign trips and at meetings with foreign delegations. As a result, Mrs. Carter was recognized as one of the most influential and most popular first US ladies in the postwar period.
6. Laura Bush (2001 – 2009) is the wife of the 43rd President of the United States, George W. Bush. Laura Bush took an active part in her husband’s political career. This woman initiated many programs to improve health and education systems.
5. Nancy Reagan (1981 – 1989). Until the election of Ronald Reagan, the 40th US President, Mrs. Reagan was an actress. She strongly supported her husband during the election campaign, organized press conferences, controlled many processes. After the victory, Nancy began to perform the usual duties of the First Lady. Mrs. Reagan was very stylish and loved luxury – she spent enormous amounts on clothes, for which she was repeatedly criticized. Nevertheless, the people loved her.
4. Hillary Clinton (1993 – 2001). Many believe that Hillary was the most influential first lady. She closed her eyes to the betrayal of her husband and supported him even at a time when any other woman would just slam the door. But after that, Hillary Clinton only became stronger – she was a senator, US Secretary of State and even almost won the presidential election in 2016.
3. Francis Cleveland (1893 – 1897) – the 27th first lady of the United States, who was the hostess of the White House in the late nineteenth century. She was the youngest first lady in the history of the United States. We all know that the young are always hot and seductive, and it was very helpful for Grover Cleveland in his career – voters sympathized the beautiful wife of the politician. Francis was charming, and it helped her to gain popularity and fame among Americans.
2. Jacqueline Kennedy (1961 – 1963) – the wife of the 35th US President John F. Kennedy. Despite the fact that the first lady was not very long, Mrs. Kennedy had become a real example of elegance and elegance for millions of women. She always paid particular attention to details: she wore wide sunglasses, was very fond of pearl necklaces, often changed buttons on her jackets and coats to make them look more original.
1. Melania Trump only in January 2017 became the first lady of the United States, but she is already popular. Melania was born in Slovenia, at the age of 16 she began her modeling career, thanks to which she met Donald Trump. The couple married in January 2005 and now have common son.