In this episode of The Windsors, we examine Meghan's life before she became the Duchess of Sussex.
"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", she told the British edition of Good Housekeeping. "Nope, not at the same time", Obama said, according to The Cut.
On the importance of education, she added: "Someone can't analyse what Brexit means if they can't think critically about the issues". Professionally, she had a successful career prior to moving into the White House, and as First Lady, she maintained her independent identity and worked to advance a number of important causes.
Hearing Michelle Obama speak against the practicality of "having it all" is uniquely satisfying because she is a woman who seems to be the living embodiment of having it all.
Earlier on Monday, Mrs Obama paid a return visit to Elizabeth Garrett Anderson secondary school in Islington, north London, which she visited in 2009, when her husband was U.S. president.
While she is keenly aware of the trials and tribulations teenage girls face, she believes young women today have more advantages.
Michelle Obama said that the "lean in' approach for women in the workplace, advocated for by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, isn't always enough for women". I was gettin' real comfortable up in here.
First Female Ballon d'Or Winner Asked About Twerking By Host Martin Solveig
Solveig concluded that his remark "was a joke, probably a bad one" and said he wanted to apologize to anyone he may have offended. Hegerberg earlier spoke of her pride in winning the award and said she hoped it would motivate young female players.
"Forget that she sometimes wore a diamond crown and that I'd flown to London on the presidential jet, we were just two exhausted ladies oppressed by our shoes".
The former US First Lady was speaking at the Royal Festival Hall for a sold-out event that tens of thousands of people had tried to get tickets for. Alright, I'm back now.
She told her rapt audience of 300 secondary school girls that her feelings of self-doubt had remained with her since childhood.
"People are like, 'Why is she talking about marriage counseling [in the book]?'" she said.
"I don't wanna be president", she said, as reported by the New York Post.
She also spoke of the importance of building support systems.
The Duchess of Sussex is due to give birth next northern spring, and recently announced she and her husband will move into their home in the grounds of Windsor Castle to prepare.