Michelle Obama Shares the Advice She'd Give Meghan Markle

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"That's a lie. And it's not always enough to lean in, because that s- doesn't work all the time".

"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", she told the magazine.

The expectation to "have it all" is something Michelle Obama is exhausted of hearing. She spoke there about visiting Windsor Castle in 2016 together with her husband, who was the USA president then.

"I love it. She can say whatever she wants now".

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During the revealing interview, the 54-year-old mom of two shares intimate insight into the early stages of her relationship with Barack, whom she describes in her book as, "a wind that threatened to unsettle everything".

Mrs Obama added that her husband had always had a great affection for the Queen, saying: 'Barack is so incredibly fond of Her Majesty and I won't go into his fangirling but I think it's because she does remind him of his grandmother Toot, she's smart and amusing and honest.

"And so the Queen says "just get in, sit wherever" and she's telling you one thing and you're remembering protocol and she says, 'Oh it's all rubbish, just get in'". 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.

"Surely she could have included a story or two about successful women who are more likely to have been born to nannies than to hire them".

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"Mrs Obama made EGA students feel really special and they took on board the words she said about working hard, having aspirations and having big dreams".

The Chicago native also opened up about the anxiety she experienced throughout her career and while serving as the first lady.

"Marriage still ain't equal y'all, it ain't equal". All right, I'm back now. "What's inspiring to me is that so numerous young women I've met are triumphing in incredible ways. And so then it's time to go to marriage counseling", she added, to delighted laughter from the audience.

Mrs. Obama was speaking to author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi at an event to promote her new autobiography "Becoming" at the Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall in London.

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

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