Michelle Obama: I almost threw my husband Barack out of the window
And Michelle compared choosing a husband or wife to choosing a basketball team.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama said that she faced times when she almost decided to push her husband out of the window, while talking about her marital life with former President Barack Obama. The 56-year-old former US first lady, 56, said, during her conversation with the new husbands, “Barack and I were Our marriage is going through difficult times. "
Michelle was speaking with the American broadcaster, Canon O'Brien, on her program "Michelle Obama's Talk", which is broadcast on the "Instagram" website, shortly before the couple celebrated their twenty-eighth wedding day on the third of next October.
And Michel compared the choice of husband or wife to choosing the basketball team, saying, "If you view marriage as a real team, you want your team to really win."
She admitted that she had "times during which I thought about pushing Barack out of the window. I say this so that you know that you will have difficult times during the marriage. But that does not mean that you have to give up. Such periods can last for long periods, perhaps several years." The site has a population of 42 million "I would love to hear these things so that you can learn about marriage and yourselves."
"This man promised me a life full of adventures, and I want to say that he kept his promise," said Michael of her husband, Barack.
The former first lady was voted the most admired woman in America in Gallup polls.
She has sold more than ten million copies of her book titled "Buckming" since its publication in November 2018 until now.
She had toured about 30 cities in the United States, Canada and Europe during the promotion of this book, which talks about her biography.
The couple signed an agreement with "Netflix" to produce films and series that they say will be fun "and have an educational and inspiring dimension."
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