The former first lady was on hand to honor the late Eunice Kennedy Shriver, founder of the Special Olympics, with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. She paired her edgy look with strappy patent leather pumps, Jennifer Fisher jewelry and slicked-back hair.
Maybe it’s the post-White House extended vacation, or maybe it’s the fact that she can finally open her windows. Whatever it is, she looks absolutely radiant. Just ask social media.
“Eunice Kennedy Shriver knew that when we give others a chance to fulfill their greatest potential, we all win,” she said on Instagram. “It was an honor to celebrate her legacy and stand with these incredible @SpecialOlympics athletes tonight at @espn’s ESPYs.”
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