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Michelle Obama Reveals Queen Called Protocol Rubbish

Michelle Obama Reveals Queen Called Protocol Rubbish

Michelle Obama was in Brooklyn on Saturday night for her "Becoming" book tour when she did something that surprised the people around her.

Michelle Obama on Monday returned to a London school she had visited as U.S. first lady encouraging students to "practice sisterhood" as she presented a new memoir of her life.

"What I'd say is that 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 her own happiness, if she's doing something that resonates with her personally", Mrs Obama told the magazine.

"My goal is very clear, and I wrote about it in Lean In, which is that women run half our companies and countries and men run half our homes", she said at the time.

Mrs Obama is now in the United Kingdom promoting her book where an appearance in London's South Bank Centre tonight has been sold out for weeks.

She also said she found "great hope" in young women today, who she described as "charging forwards" in areas like maths and science.

Some Obama fans were so overcome by hearing her utter the expletive that they reacted in the extreme, saying their lives have "been forever changed." . She spoke there about visiting Windsor Castle in 2016 together with her husband, who was the USA president then.

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"Marriage still ain't equal, y'all", she said.

"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'". 'We want to be like Michelle and Baracks.' Ok, let me tell you about Michelle and Barack... But her words have an element of truth that Sheryl Sandberg's optimistic ideology about "leaning in" to have it all doesn't take into account. Alright, I'm back now.

Later at the capital's Southbank Centre, where she discussed her book with author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, she was asked what message she wanted to give to young black women.

A friend of Mr Markle, 74, who has not spoken to her since her May wedding to Prince Harry, said he told him: "How could they be so cruel and heartless?"

Obama said that marriage should be hard work, given it involves two independent individuals coming together to build a life forever - also, she was blunt about how kids can cause havoc on a relationship.

Rather than listen to that awful advice, she found someone else to write her letter of recommendation.