London welcomes First Lady of fashion Michelle Obama as she dons ANOTHER patriotic outfit in support of Team USA


London welcomes First Lady of fashion Michelle Obama as she dons ANOTHER patriotic outfit in support of Team USA

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22:52 GMT, 27 July 2012

She only arrived in London this morning but America's First Lady of fashion has already showed off two very patriotic wardrobe choices as she helps motivate Team USA.

Leaving husband Barack at home in
Washington, Michelle Obama is in the UK to lead the US Presidential
Delegation to the Olympic Games.

After a breakfast with Team USA at their training
facility in the University of East London, where she wore a bold red and white striped jacket and black tailored trousers, her whirlwind
schedule took her to an event to help promote her Let's Move campaign.

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U.S. first lady Michelle Obama gestures as she arrives at a Team USA athletes breakfast in London July 27, 2012.

Motivation: America's First Lady Michelle Obama has arrived in London to support Team USA. Today's busy schedule included an event (above) at the house of Louis Susman, the U.S. Ambassador, that helped promote her Let's Move campaign

Quick change: Michelle Obama has arrived in London to support Team USA and already sported two patriotic outfits. She was seen at a breakfast in red and white (left) and a Let's Move event in blue (right)

Casual: Michelle Obama, in a red peplum top, relaxes with the U.S. athletes on her first official engagement before the Olympics Opening Ceremony. She paired the top with black tailored trousers

Casual: Mrs Obama, in a red peplum top, relaxed with U.S. athletes on her first engagement in London today

At Mrs Obama's breakfast stop, she greeted athletes with a rousing speech as her bold wardrobe choice also spoke volumes.

The red and white pattern on the jacket
was a surprise choice for the normally impeccably dressed 48-year old,
as she started to blend in with the America flags behind her.

At the following event, held at Winfield House in Regent's Park where U.S. Ambassador Louis Susman now resides, she mingled with David Beckham among other sporting stars.

Wearing another patriotic ensemble, she wore a sporty blue T-shirt, paired with white pants and a smart white and blue blazer that featured navy piping.

Go team! First Lady Michelle Obama and David Beckham celebrate Nickelodeon joins Let's Move for 'Let's Move London' event with a high five

Go team! First Lady Michelle Obama and David Beckham celebrate the Let's Move London event with a high five