Rosalynn was joining me for lunch at the White House – Michelle Obama narrates
Michelle recounted the moments when Rosalyn will join her for lunch at the White House and introduce her A few words of advice with a helping hand.
“She reminded me to make the role of First Lady mine, just as she did. I will always be grateful for her support and generosity,” Michelle said.
“Today, Barack and I join the world in celebrating the incredible legacy of the First Lady, philanthropist, and advocate who dedicated her life to uplifting others.”
Rosalynn, wife of former President Jimmy Carter, has died at the age of 96.
Mitchell praised the 39th First Lady of the United States as a woman who has worked to combat the stigma faced by those struggling with their mental health, adding that she It highlighted so much suffering in silence.
“She advocated for better care for the elderly. She promoted women’s rights. She remained a champion of these issues, and many others like to build affordable housing for those in need and care for our nation’s caregivers.”
Michelle indicated that the late first lady used it Platform in deeply meaningful ways.
“First Lady Rosalynn Carter understood this well,” she said, “guided by her deep-rooted faith and commitment to service.”
Additionally, Michelle Rosalyn said Life is a reminder that no matter who we are, our legacy is best measured not by awards or accolades, but by the lives we touch.
“We send our thoughts and prayers to Jimmy and the entire Carter family during this difficult time.”
The Carter Center confirmed in a statement that she died peacefully with her family by her side.
According to the BBC, she was reported to have entered a nursing home in Georgia on Friday, and was spending time with her 99-year-old husband, who had been in nursing care since February.
Carter was diagnosed with dementia in May.
The longest-married couple celebrated their 77th wedding anniversary in July.
“Rosalynn has been my equal partner in everything I have ever accomplished,” Carter said in the statement.
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