Published: Tue, December 04, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Michelle Obama's Take On 'Lean In'? 'That &#%! Doesn't Work'

Michelle Obama's Take On 'Lean In'? 'That &#%! Doesn't Work'

Michelle Obama is modeling a cozy off-the-shoulder sweater and a bright smile on the cover of Good Housekeeping, as she opens up about having to "wake up long before" her husband to get ready for public events.

"That whole, "So, you can have it all" - nope, not at the same time", Ms Obama said. On Friday, Obama described the vast pressure her family felt during their time in the White House, according to The Daily Beast.

"Despite waiting in the rain for an hour to get into the Barclays Center, I was just in the same room as @MichelleObama and she accidentally said "shit" and it was incredible and my life has been forever changed", one user wrote.

She first met pupils from the school during the G20 summit nine years ago, when she had only been first lady for a few months, and later hosted a dozen pupils at the White House.

The former USA first lady Michelle Obama, who has written a book called Becoming.

Until then, no matter where Meghan has her baby, we'll be over here waiting for the next Obama and royal baby photo opportunity.

During the Brooklyn book tour, Obama also chimed in about marriage, Glamour reported.

"Marriage still ain't equal, y'all", Mrs. Obama told some 19,000 audience members on Saturday.

Her comments about making a marriage work and focusing on a satisfying career, quoted by U.S. news site The Cut, clearly struck a chord with the crowd.

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Michelle Obama has a world of wisdom up her sleeve, which she's happily shared in her new memoir, Becoming.

Obama quickly cut herself off and apologized to the room for getting too comfortable onstage.

During her talk, Mrs Obama also recalled her and President Barack Obama's visit to meet the Queen.

"I nearly felt myself fall back into my own past".

The former US First Lady was speaking at the Royal Festival Hall for a sold-out event that tens of thousands of people had tried to get tickets for.

The peaceful evening was the first time she was able to reflect on the family's incredible eight years in the White House, where life moved at "such a breakneck pace", that there was no time to look back.

"So oftentimes, it's not equal, and you feel a bit resentful about it". She told the story of a high school guidance counselor who told her she wasn't "Princeton material".

"We made progress and going backwards doesn't mean it wasn't real", she said, adding that actions taken now helped to pave the way for people's grandchildren. "You don't have room to make mistakes", she said.

"My advice to young women is that you have to start by trying to get those demons out of your head", she said.

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