Michelle Obama Shares the Advice She'd Give Meghan Markle

Michelle Obama Shares the Advice She'd Give Meghan Markle

Obama is in the British capital to promote her hotly-anticipated book, "Becoming", which has already sold more copies than any other book published in the United States this year. I was gettin' real comfortable up in here.

'We'd be launching an initiative, or crisscrossing the country for campaign events, or visiting a community that was hurting from a tornado or a senseless shooting-sometimes all in a two- or three-day span.

"There's so much opportunity to do good with a platform like that - and I think Meghan can maximise her impact for others, as well as her own happiness, if she's doing something that resonates with her personally".

"Thankfully I get more (and more regular) sleep these days".

'There's a lot that's universal.

"I'm back now", Obama added, smiling sheepishly.

She added: "Mrs Obama is a friend of the school".

"They have to do the work to reach out to kids when they're very young", she said. But perhaps more shocking was how she deployed the curse word to denounce a feminist philosophy that has recently informed working women's outlook.

"I feel vulnerable all the time", she tells Winfrey.

"They're charging forwards in sports and maths and science and technology", she told Good Housekeeping. They're speaking up and speaking out. 'They're confident, unconcerned with old stereotypes, and there's no telling what they're going to accomplish in the years ahead'.

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

Her advice to the Duchess of Sussex is simple: don't rush.

Michelle goes on to say why she felt it was important to share such relationship struggles with the public, noting that she's aware the two are often viewed as the ideal couple.

Busy: The author has been on tour promoting her NY bestseller, Becoming.

But Obama graduated from the select Ivy League university and went on to Harvard Law School before joining a Chicago law firm where she met her future husband and president Barack Obama.

"I forgot where I was for a moment!".

"I found myself having to walk a bunch of different lines". But after a while, I realized that I had every reason to be in those environments. Cheese toast. And then I took my toast and I walked out into my backyard. "That's a lie. And it's not always enough to lean in, because that shit doesn't work all the time", The Cut reported.

"It just means that it is just hard what we are trying to do, which is to shift culture".

Later at the capital's Southbank Centre, where she discussed her book with author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, she was asked what message she wanted to give to young black women.

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