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Michelle Obama Playfully Recalls Daughters Hosting Her and Barack for Cocktails: ‘Martinis Were a Little Weak

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Da sinistra: Barack, Sasha, Malia and Michelle Obama.
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Former first lady Michelle Obama has always been proud of her daughters, but in her forthcoming book, The Light We Carry, she talks about a new level of pride that comes with seeing Malia e Sasha flourish as roommates while they navigate adulthood.

Ancora, there are a couple aspects ofadultingthat Michelle admits they could work on. Tra loro: upping their cocktail game.

In un'intervista a Jenna Bush Hager e Hoda Kotb sul Oggi show Monday morning, Michelle told a hilarious story of when Malia, 24, and Sasha, 21, invited her and Barack over to their apartment for drinks.

We were going to take them to dinner and they said, ‘Why don’t you come over to our spot for cocktails!'” Michelle recalled, expressing playful skepticism in her voice. “E noi eravamo come, 'Va bene, let’s see what this is going to be like.'

She continued with a laugh: “The martinis were a little weak. I don’t think they really knew what it was.

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Da sinistra: Michelle, Sasha, Barack and Malia Obama.
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Michelle went on to point out that her daughters also were quick to call them out for not using coasters.

When we got the g;asses, they were like, ‘Uh uh uh — use a coaster!'” lei disse. “E io sono come, ‘You never used a coaster in my house. So now when it’s your stuff you want to take care of it!'”

Moving to a more serious tone, Michelle then expressed that aside from the excitement of seeing her kids becoming responsible adults, the thing she loves most is seeing them thrive as “migliori amici” a Los Angeles, keeping each other afloat thousands of miles from their parents.

There was a period of time when they couldn’t stand each other. E io dissi, ‘You wait. You are going to wake up one day and you are going to look over at that other person and know that you two share something very unique,’ especially given what they’ve been through,” Michelle said. “And to see them in that place where they’re one another’s support systems and they’ve got each other’s backs, is just — it’s the thing that a mother would want.

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