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President George Bush gives his wife, Barbara the old rabbit ears during a formal portrait with other past presidents Gerald Ford, center, and Jimmy Carter at right. In the front row left to right, are Lady Bird Johnson, Barbara Bush, Betty Ford and Rosalynn Carter. The group was getting ready to attend a dinner in honor of Gerald Ford on April 16, 1997, the day before the re-dedication of his museum

Betty Ford learned to be a political spouse, mother; role brought joy, strain

President George Bush gives his wife, Barbara the old rabbit ears during a formal portrait with other past presidents Gerald Ford, center, and Jimmy Carter at right. In the front row left to right, are Lady Bird Johnson, Barbara Bush, Betty Ford and Rosalynn Carter. The group was getting ready to attend a dinner in honor of Gerald Ford on April 16, 1997, the day before the re-dedication of his museum

5 Living Presidents Together. Not artists in the traditional sense, but an argument could be made.

Here Are All 5 Living Presidents Together at the George W. Bush Library

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II poses with U.S. President John F. Kennedy, before a state dinner at Buckingham Palace, June 5, 1961. Also seen are the Duke of Edinburgh, left, and President Kennedy's wife Jackie, second left.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II poses with U.S. President John F. Kennedy, before a state dinner at Buckingham Palace, June 5, 1961. Also seen are the Duke of Edinburgh, left, and President Kennedy's wife Jackie, second left.

Marchesa | Belle of the ball! The First Lady chose a teal Marchesa off-the-shoulder gown for the White House State Dinner in March 2012, which she accessorized with a necklace made from strands of teal, blue, silver and white pearls layered over a giant rhinestone piece. "I love the addition of texture with the Tom Binns necklace," Roksanda Ilincic, who dressed Obama for the evening, said at the time of Obama, who added rhinestone earrings to complete her look.

Michelle Obama's Style

Marchesa | Belle of the ball! The First Lady chose a teal Marchesa off-the-shoulder gown for the White House State Dinner in March 2012, which she accessorized with a necklace made from strands of teal, blue, silver and white pearls layered over a giant rhinestone piece. "I love the addition of texture with the Tom Binns necklace," Roksanda Ilincic, who dressed Obama for the evening, said at the time of Obama, who added rhinestone earrings to complete her look.

First Lady Nancy Reagan with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, in pearls. 7 July 1986

First Lady Nancy Reagan with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, in pearls. 7 July 1986

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