After a leisurely three-month long vacation, Michelle Obama has finally made her first appearance since leaving the White House. She looked refreshed and relaxed while appearing at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2017 that held in Florida on Thursday.

Mrs Obama was the keynote speaker at the event, who entered the venue and greeted the audience with a smile and wave. The event was organised by the American Institute of Architects, where the former First Lady spoke about her time as Chicago’s assistant commissioner of planning and development.

Michelle graced the event with a long black, white beige dress that showed off her toned arms as she discussed her tenure as the executive director of the Chicago chapter of Public Allies. The primary objective of the program was to encourage talented young people to get into politics or professional industries.

While Michelle appeared for the first time publicly at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2017, her husband Barack Obama just days before made a speech at Chicago University.

The Obamas were away from the public since leaving 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue after the inauguration of President Donald Trump on January 20.

Michelle and Barack have spent the past three months quietly recuperating on vacation and only returned from their latest exotic getaway to the French Polynesian islands this week.