What made Michelle Obama drop the S-word

What made Michelle Obama drop the S-word

What made Michelle Obama drop the S-word

Tickets for the event at the Southbank Centre rapidly sold out as people clamoured to hear the life lessons of the former First Lady, charting her highs, lows and inspirations.

When getting in a vehicle together, Her Majesty apparently also said: "Just get in, sit wherever".

She was particularly afraid of falling when she met the Queen. Trump's team told CNN about the matter: "Mrs. Trump is a strong and independent woman who has been navigating her role as First Lady in her own way".

Barack Obama has called the Queen one of his "favourite" people.

The Queen's comment was said to have been made when US President Barack Obama and his wife arrived at Windsor Castle by helicopter in 2016.

Michelle Obama has revealed Queen Elizabeth II's surprising view on royal protocol at a speaking engagement in London on Monday.

Michelle Obama's memoir has become the best-selling book of the year in the United States, surpassing Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" and others.

Letrishka Anthony was 16 when Mrs Obama first visited Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School during her first year in the White House and is one of the school's alumni to join her on a visit to the campus nine years later.

"Of course your head is spinning because first of all I'm trying not to fall, which is a major thing that I think about in public".

"Our Secret Service doesn't even let me ride around with Malia so up until that point we had never driven in a vehicle driven by anyone else, so it was like "this is what's going to happen, you're going to get out and sit here and this is what is going to happen".

When Michelle Obama visited the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 2009, she accidentally committed a royal faux-pas by greeting the monarch with hug.

"Like me, Meghan probably never dreamt that she'd have a life like this, and the pressure you feel - from yourself and from others - can sometimes feel like a lot", she told Good Housekeeping magazine. "I think it's okay - it's good, even - to do that". He is a huge fan for sure, ' she said.

Seeing as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child together in the spring of 2019, Meghan may welcome Obama's advice about taking time for herself away from the public eye amid the royal baby craziness.

Tickets for the London event, which is part of an global book tour, sold out quickly and the audience included actor Riz Ahmed, actress Michaela Coel and model and activist Adwoa Aboah, as well as Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and 300 school children from secondary schools in Lambeth and around the UK.

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