Michelle Obama's advice for Duchess of Sussex

Carla Harmon
December 4, 2018

While Obama's accidental use of an expletive swiftly became all anyone could talk about, several people pointed out that her candid criticism of "leaning in" had much greater significance.

There was no school today but girls took part in a voluntary conference this morning and 300 students are listening to Mrs Obama's conversation with executive head Ms Dibb on stage. While chatting with Good Housekeeping magazine, the activist and author said: "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". After many a scandal at Facebook, where she is COO, Sandberg has been dipping in and out of hot water since the New York Times reported that she was involved in a smear of George Soros, a charge Sandberg first denied.

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

More than 40,000 people had reportedly tried to get tickets online when the event went on sale.

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The Queen reminds Barack Obama of his grandmother, his wife said last night as she provided insights into the bond between the British royals and the former presidential couple.

"You reminded me of me, all the fears, the challenges you face".

'When I was younger, I often wondered whether this kind of obsessive thinking was unique to me and my girlfriends, but I realize now that it was something every girl feels, ' she said.

On the importance of education, she added: "Someone can't analyse what Brexit means if they can't think critically about the issues. It is hard. I love my husband, and we have a great marriage, and we've had a great marriage, but marriage is hard work".


But some people took offense to Obama's unintentional cursing, calling her "classless".

So does Michelle Obama have it all? It encouraged women to supercharge their own careers by improving their negotiation tactics, striving to fill leadership roles at work, and taking control of their professional life.

"So to welcome her back is so special".

She revealed to Mrs Adichie: "Here's the secret".


"The building was nothing special - a boxy brick building on a nondescript street". "As I settled into a folding chair onstage and started watching the performance ... something inside me began to quake".

And of course, she told of the moment that she breached protocol and touched Her Majesty. This way, she can help others while also looking after her own health and happiness. I just happened to marry somebody whose passion was politics.


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