Mrs Obama's advice comes as Meghan's estranged father Thomas Markle was said to be appalled at the negativity now surrounding her.
Asked what the future held for her, she spoke of her Global Girls Alliance and said that she and Barack were also working on his presidential library: "We're training the next Barack and Michelle Obama".
At the same time, Obama also took aim at the idea of "having it all".
Nope. "That whole "so you can have it all"?"
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.
"When you're the first of anything, the bar feels higher".
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His office circulated the statement in an email titled "It's Real Me, President Buhari Responds to Cloning Allegation". It comes after Mr Buhari spent a large part on past year being treated for a serious illness in London.
"It did not really sink in that it was her", 11-year-old Emma said.
While she is keenly aware of the trials and tribulations teenage girls face, she believes young women today have more advantages. Seemingly, "leaning in" still hasn't been enough.
"I thought we were at home, y'all", she added.
"If we want to solve any major issue you can think about, it starts with an education".
"The one challenge we have ... is harnessing the power we do have and not relinquishing that and by that I mean voting", Obama, a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School, told 300 rapt teenagers. "Sometimes that stuff doesn't work", she said.
While Obama has not criticized Trump directly at events to promote her memoir, she does criticize him in the book. "And I say that because I see too many young people who frivolously enter into marriage, they think the love and the courtship part has something to do with what marriage is and it doesn't".
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The Lebanese Armed Forces went on high alert in southern Lebanon after the announcement, a security official told al-Nahar. An army spokesperson declined to say how many "attack tunnels" had been identified or by what means they would be cut off.
Speaking to author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie about her autobiography Becoming at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall, Mrs Obama also recalled the controversy she caused when she touched the Queen on the back during another visit.
"As much as we wanted children. kids are an interrupter", Mrs. Obama added.
According to a new report by the Institute for Women's Policy Research, women who had worked at some point between 2001 and 2015 made 49% of what men did across the 15-year span. "And it doesn't always look like physical abuse".
Becoming, is about Obama's life from her childhood, growing up on the Southside of Chicago, through her historic White House years. Then there are the deep cuts that involve abuse, rape, and sexual assault. I've never met these people, they don't know me, they have never attended my events but that characterisation happens to us so quickly and swiftly that people can literally take our words and co-opt them for their own.
"I grew up in safety and security".
Solemn public pays tribute to Bush before dawn in Rotunda
US financial markets will also be closed on Wednesday to honor Bush , and the US Supreme Court postponed arguments . Greg Gutfeld honored the late President George Herbert Walker Bush in his monologue on "The Five" Tuesday.