Michelle Obama Shares the Advice She'd Give Meghan Markle

Michelle Obama Shares the Advice She'd Give Meghan Markle

Michelle Obama Shares the Advice She'd Give Meghan Markle

Michelle Obama criticised Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's "lean in" strategy as insufficient for women trying to excel in their careers.

"Marriage still ain't equal, y'all", she said, according to Vanity Fair."It ain't equal".

Obama was outlining her view that women can't have equality in both their marriage and professional life at the same time when her potty mouth kicked in.

Nope. "That whole "so you can have it all"?" Not at the same time.

In fifteen words, Michelle Obama responded, definitively: "It's not always enough to lean in, because that s**t doesn't work all the time".

The crowd roared with applause and laughter.

The message, though, has basically been deemed not-feminist-enough from critics. On social media, fans of Obama were just as into it.

She said she, her husband and daughters, Sasha, 17, and Malia, 20, had a wonderful life in the White House but added that she was grateful they all "came out of those eight years in one piece". To 'lean in, ' in her interpretation, means to be more assertive and not let others to push you forward.

"I nearly felt myself fall back into my own past". Sometimes that stuff doesn't work.

Cell phone cameras were rolling as she realized what she'd said. "I'm like, 'Duh.' Marriage is hard, you know".

The crowd went wild, prompting Obama to apologize for her swearing: "I forgot where I was for a moment!".

'Colleges and universities have to start doing the work reaching out to kids very young. we have to start working on that pipeline much earlier. "They mess it all up".

"I love it. She can say whatever she wants now". Trump "stalked" Clinton on the debate stage in an attempt "to diminish her presence", claimed Obama.

It's been a huge year for Meghan, after her royal wedding in May the 37-year-old launched her first solo project within a few months, supporting a charity cookbook in collaboration with the Hubb Community Kitchen - a group of women whose area was affected was by the Grenfell Tower fire.

"Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendos, was putting my family's safety at risk".

In Becoming, Mrs Obama, 54, wrote: "I wasn't prepared fully prepared to feel what I did".

Obama's "Becoming" is flying off the shelves.

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