Michelle Obama talks about her Intimate & Romantic Life

Michelle Obama talks about her Intimate & Romantic Life

Former first lady Michelle Obama opened up about her intimate life during an interview with Jimmy Kimmel.

It turns out that a visit to the show hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, Michelle was promoting her Netflix series ‘Waffles + Mochi’ and during the conversation, the host reminded her of a question she had asked several years ago about her sex life with Barack.

“I asked you a question that night. I asked, ‘The night SEAL Team Six neutralized Osama bin Laden on your husband’s orders, did you and your husband make love that night to celebrate?’” Kimmel said, intending to get Michelle to answer.

The answer that Jimmy got, took him by surprise, since he did not expect something so sincere from the wife of the former president, who did not hesitate to tell him her truths.

“I have to tell your audience that for some very sick reason, you are very obsessed with this part of that great historical event in a way that no one else, no one in the history of all the conversations I have had, someone has delved into this point in particular like you, Jimmy Kimmel,” she said remarkably calm.

As Kimmel pointed out, this question had been posed, first, to Barack during an interview in November 2020, who at that time diverted the subject, but this time, Michelle had enough at the driver’s insistence to know about his private life.

Michelle Obama and her marriage

Former US First Lady Michelle Obama spoke of her marriage to Barack Obama and offered tips to young couples.

During her most recent podcast on the Spotify platform, Obama’s wife shared her experience in love with three decades of relationship.

“Because if you’re looking at a team, the people you want to win with, then number one wants everyone on his team to be strong. If we consider marriage to be a real team, you want your partner to be a winner, then you want LeBron James.” She said.

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“Young couples face these challenges and are ready to give up because they think they are broken,” she explained, alluding to the tendency to give up on a relationship at the first big stumbling block.

“If that breaks a marriage, then Barack and I have been separated for our entire marriage, but we have a very strong marriage. And if I had given up, if I had walked away from him, in those difficult times, then I would also have missed all the beauty that was there,” she commented.

The author of the bestselling book ‘Becoming’ also emphasized the importance of giving yourself time at the beginning of a relationship to evaluate who you are meeting in order to glimpse if there is a future as a couple.

“There is no magic way to make that happen except to get the basics of finding someone, being honest about wanting to be with him, dating him seriously, planning to make a commitment, hanging out with him, seeing where he goes, and then make it happen,” she said.

“You can’t treat a long-term relationship like it’s Tinder.”

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