Looks like Barack Obama isn't the only one in the family earning a second spin at a historical entity. Following her first cover of Vogue in March of 2009, just after her husband was sworn into the Presidency, it appears the FLOTUS may have secured a second cover! Vogue photographers were spotted at the White House, adding fire to the rumor mill. Annie Leibovitz was reportedly tasked with snapping the First Lady - an easy assumption given her photographic eye captured MObama's first Vogue appearance.
It comes as no surprise that Obama would score a second cover. Anna Wintour expressly approved of a return to office, campaigning in the fashion industry for support of the President.
Though the cover, which will most likely be March's, has yet to be confirmed, Mark Knoller, CBS News' White House Correspondent was able to officially state that Vogue was at the White House, following up with a Tweet saying, "Vogue also had a representative on the press plane to and from Las Vegas Tuesday."