Obama shares in her husband's victory and honors veterans.
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How Michelle Obama Spent Her Week - Thanks to President Obama's decisive win on Nov. 6, Democratic and Republican women can share the bipartisan pleasure of four more style-filled years of First Lady Michelle Obama. As life goes back to normal, or as it gets in the White House, the first lady has taken time to honor veterans and indulge in some Anglophilia. – Joyce Jones (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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First Fan - Downton Abbey fans in the U.S. must wait until January to see the next season of the British import — unless, of course, they're a friend or relative of Obama. The first lady is such a fan she asked ITV for an advance copy of the third season. The network was happy to oblige but hopes the first family won't leak any spoilers. (Photo: Michael Reynolds-Pool/Getty Images)
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Yes, She Cares - The first lady hosted a breakfast for veterans at the White House on Sunday in honor of Veterans Day. She also attended a service at Arlington National Cemetery. (Photo: Michael Reynolds-Pool/Getty Images)
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Thanks, Girls - To reward her daughters for their help during the president's re-election campaign, the first lady has invited their favorite British boy band, One Direction, to perform at the White House. They will rock and roll in Washington when their schedules permit. (Photo: AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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This Old Thing? - The first lady was as stylish as ever when the president delivered his victory speech. And if the pin-tucked magenta silk chine dress by Michael Kors looked familiar, it's because she wore it to a White House holiday party in 2009 and a Medal of Honor ceremony in 2010. (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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The Shot Tweeted Round the World - They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but this photograph of the first couple brings to mind three simple ones: I love you. The image went viral on Election Night when the campaign tweeted it after the president won re-election. The post became the most re-tweeted in Twitter history. (Photo: Scout Tufankjian/Obama for America)
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