Michelle Obama on Monday returned to a London school she had visited as USA first lady encouraging students to "practice sisterhood" as she presented a new memoir of her life. "That whole 'so you can have it all, '?"
"Cute moment at Michelle Obama's book event tonight at the Barclays", he tweeted, "she was getting into it & she said, 'That lean in s**t doesn't always work!' Everyone freaked out that the First Lady had said 's**t.' Michelle, too".
Mrs Obama added that her husband had always had a great affection for the Queen, saying: "Barack is so incredibly fond of Her Majesty and I won't go into his fangirling but I think it's because she does remind him of his grandmother Toot, she's smart and amusing and honest".
Mrs Obama is now in the United Kingdom promoting her book where an appearance in London's South Bank Centre tonight has been sold out for weeks. "He grew up without his mother in his life for most of his years, and he knew his mother loved him dearly, right?" she continues.
"Marriage still ain't equal, y'all", Mrs. Obama told some 19,000 audience members on Saturday.
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"This is how I picture Auntie Mich in er'yday convo cause she's a real one", wrote another.
In 2017, Sandberg admitted that the "lean in" method isn't as effective as she thought it would be: "We are stuck at less than six per cent of the Fortune 500 CEO jobs and their equivalent in nearly every country in the world".
Sandberg addressed the criticism that her book left out underprivileged women back in 2016, telling CBS, "I did not really get how hard it is to succeed at work when you are overwhelmed at home".
"I nearly felt myself fall back into my own past".
"When a woman starts thinking about having children, Sandberg said, 'she doesn't raise her hand anymore". Although the girls spent their teenage years in the White House, Michelle points out that they still faced numerous same experiences she did growing up. "What's inspiring to me is that so numerous young women I've met are triumphing in incredible ways. And I think that gave me a level of strength that carries me through to this day".
Obama, 54, was speaking to Good Housekeepingmagazine when the topic of the Duchess of Sussex came up. "But after a while, I realized that I had every reason to be in those environments".