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Barrack Obama and Michelle Obama during their her visit to Kenya

"From when we had a United States?". Michelle Obama told Kimmel of her daughters.

Michelle Obama's memoir titled Becoming Michelle Obama is now the most trending book in the publishing industry.

During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote her new book, Becoming, Obama opened up about some of her most high-profile friendships.

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"What nobody tells you is that miscarriage happens all the time, to more women than you'd ever guess, given the relative silence around it".

The zinger of the night was the very last thing she was finally free to say now that she's no longer FLOTUS.

Michelle Obama appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday and was asked by DeGeneres about the three previous presidential inaugurations she had attended, two of which were for former President Barack Obama, and "one of someone else", she said. "I've never eaten a vegetable", she began, but quickly restored her credibility as master of the White House vegetable garden by adding, "That's not true".

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"The whole eight years we were in the White House, we used Laura Bush's Netflix password", Michelle shared before "revealing" who her "freebie" is! She admitted, "You know?" They get so mad every time I mess their names up.

Obviously, the Kimmel team couldn't go too insane for numerous reasons but the end result is still a giggle. "I don't think we have anything in common", she continued. "The game that Sasha plays with me is that when we're with a lot of people, she'll call me 'Mom, mom, mom.' And you know, I don't hear, and she's like, 'Michelle".

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