Here are the Top 10 Most Beautiful African First Ladies. Fashion is a way of defining both the personal and the group on the world stage. It marks upward economic mobility — or at least the appearance of it. It’s a way of emphasizing the past, remarking upon it and announcing that it’s time to move on. The many and varied first ladies of African nations use fashion to celebrate culture, individuality and that universal human weakness: conspicuous consumption.
10: Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta (Kenya)
She likes to remain simple as well as decent and not only looks that way but also presents herself in a similar manner. She is quite reserved and some might say shy, but that only adds to her beauty.