A few weeks ago, the official portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama were unveiled at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC.
The paintings by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald respectively proved to be inspiring pieces of art which provoked all sorts of discussions, ranging from conspiracy theories to Photoshop battles.
For one little girl who was fortunate enough to see the portraits in person, the image of Michelle proved so powerful that it left her awestruck.
The image was captured by Ben Hines, who was visiting the museum with his wife and happened to be standing in line with the girl when he saw this moment.
Since sharing it on Facebook, the image has gone viral on social media with even Amy Sherald sharing an alternative view of it on her Instagram, explaining how she experienced a similar moment when she visited the Smithsonian when she was younger.