Michelle Obama Reveals The Truth About 'Leaning In': 'That S**t Doesn't Work'

Michelle Obama takes selfie with Phoebe Robinson during book tour in Philadelphia

Michelle Obama takes selfie with Phoebe Robinson during book tour in Philadelphia

The former first lady of the United States criticized the philosophy of feminism from the Facebook chief operating officer, detailed in Sandberg's 2013 book Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead, during an appearance at Barclays Center in Brooklyn over the weekend.

Former US First Lady Michelle Obama has shared some words of wisdom with Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex about adjusting to life in the spotlight.

Naturally, Michelle Obama also said that Meghan has a great opportunity to make a difference, given her position.

"I forgot where I was for a moment", said Obama, giving off a laugh after letting out the mild curse word.

Mrs Obama was in London to speak about her autobiography Becoming at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall. In her autobiography Becoming, which she is in Britain to promote, Mrs Obama spoke of the impact that first visit had on her.

While the Obamas have a seemingly ideal marriage, the forever FLOTUS admitted it takes hard work to keep it going.

"Marriage still ain't equal y'all, it ain't equal". If you're thinking about my thoughts when I come out on stage it's "don't" fall'.

"Trying not to fall is a major thing that I think about in public".

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

On Monday she said universities needed to do more to encourage pupils from schools like EGA, to be more diverse.

"Thank you Michelle Obama for being so real about the pressures we face as working mothers and reminding us all that just being ourselves is more than good enough!" one person wrote on Twitter. In a 2015 essay, New York Magazine contributing editor Lisa Miller explained how the labor force's unkind treatment of women affects not only older workers, but also young, ambitious professionals looking for role models. "And so then it's time to go to marriage counseling", she added, to delighted laughter from the audience. "We made sure that kids-ordinary kids, not just the kids of a donor or a Congressman-had access to folks like Justin Timberlake, Janelle Monáe and Smokey Robinson talking about the doubts and struggles they fought through, giving their time to inspire young people".

Earlier today, EGA alumna Winnie Mac, 22, said: "One of the things she said in her speech was how important it was to reach back and help others. And I think that gave me a level of strength that carries me through to this day".

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