Michelle Obama is done with women being told to ‘lean in’

Michelle Obama is done with women being told to ‘lean in’

Meghan has already become involved with new projects since joining the Royal family earlier this year, including a charity cookbook to help those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

At the school, 20% of pupils are the daughters of refugees or asylum seekers, while 92% are from a black or minority ethnic background.

'And as I said then, you remind me of me and all the fears and all the challenges that you face.

Even though she spent two terms in the White House, Mrs. Obama says that she doesn't have a desire to run for the office.

Obama was quick to apologise, saying she forgot where she was for a moment. "And I say that because I see too many young people who frivolously enter into marriage, they think the love and the courtship part has something to do with what marriage is and it doesn't".

Referring to the trip she took to Oxford University with 37 EGA pupils in 2011, she said: 'This is why our visit to Oxford was so important. "And so, overall, we are not seeing a major increase in female leadership in any industry or in any government in the world, and I think that's a shame".

Speaking ahead of today's event, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson's executive headteacher Jo Dibb said: "It's really exciting to welcome Mrs Obama back to EGA".

"She's right you know", tweeted another.

Obama shared her vivid memories of not fitting in when she was a working-class girl in Chicago because she was so determined to be the best student, to always work hard and learn as much as she could.

She added: "Mrs Obama is a friend of the school". "And for this, I'd never forgive him", writes Mrs. Obama in the book.

"The building was nothing special - a boxy brick building on a nondescript street".

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

She also recalled how the Queen had dismissed royal protocol as "rubbish" when the Obamas visited Windsor Castle.

"I don't wanna be president", she said, as reported by the New York Post.

Hearing Michelle Obama speak against the practicality of "having it all" is uniquely satisfying because she is a woman who seems to be the living embodiment of having it all.

On social media, Obama's words were met with widespread approval.

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