Michelle Obama speaks during the 2011 Building a Healthier Future summit at the Omni Shoreham Hotel on
November 30, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Getty Images)
First Lady Michelle Obama is in town today and your friends at Radio One Richmond are all over the scene anxiously awaiting her arrival this afternoon. Be sure to tune in for live updates and meet us here on KissRichmond.com for all of the exlcusive photos, videos and behind the scenes action on our updates today on the remarks and appearance from Mrs. Obama (affectionately known as the “FLOTUS” First Lady of the U.S.).
UPDATE: 12:35PM EST
We’re outside on this damp, chilly afternoon amongst a slew of camera crews, media personalities, police officers and city officials. The city of Richmond is eager to hear from the #FLOTUS. We’ll be back soon.
UPDATE: 1:45PM EST
Press, medical leaders, military & more filing into VCU awaiting Michelle Obama. #FLOTUS Hectic environment, but we’re so glad to be here. First Lady Michelle Obama is en route.
UPDATE: 2:12 PM EST
From left: On the job with freelance photographer Kecia Allen (@kluvs2229), Terron Austin (Radio One Richmond) & Miss Community Clovia (Radio One Richmond).
UPDATE: 2:34PM EST
Still awaiting the arrival of the First Lady Michelle Obama at VCU. Look who’s here? City of Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones.
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