First lady is an unofficial title used for the wife of the president or the prime minister, whoever is the head of the country. The title generally used for the wife of the head of the state. The designation ‘˜First Lady’ seems to have originated in the United States, where one of the earliest reference was applied to Martha Washington, wife of George Washington, the first President of the United States. Since 1789, first ladies have been more powerful and lively both politically and in terms of social hostess. They have the inclination of becoming highly ambitious, indomitable, liberated and intelligent. As supportive wives, first ladies influence the presidents in not only personal and public life but also in political career and social attitude.