Barack Obama and Michelle Obama recently gave their fans an insight into their lives during the recent quarantine.
During a recent interview, Michelle Obama revealed that her daughters, Malia and Sasha are already sick of her and their dad. After all, they have all been living together since the pandemic hit the United States.
But the former FLOTUS made it clear that she doesn’t take offense because she and her husband are also sick of their daughters.
Michelle Obama, Barack Obama kept their daughters busy during the quarantine
Kidding aside, the former first couple also shared how they used their time while in quarantine.
“The girls were still in classes in the spring and we’d be working and then doing a little exercise and then come together in the evenings. We had these activities – we’d have cocktails and then we’d all work on puzzles and play games. We actually had some organized things too, like we had an art exhibit day where we all went off and did watercolor painting and then we showed them to each other later,” she said.
According to the ex-FLOTUS, Barack also taught her daughters how to play cards. And if it wasn’t for the pandemic, Malia and Sasha might have never played cards with the ex-POTUS.
But after months of quarantining together, Michelle said that her daughters couldn’t wait to go back to their normal lives. And it seems Malia and Sasha are no longer thrilled to be with their parents.
Still, Michelle said that she’s glad her daughters are staying put even if they’re sick of her.
Michelle Obama, Barack Obama relationship
Michelle Obama also talked about her relationship with her husband, who is busy trying to give the world a window into his mind. Barack’s memoir, A Promised Land will be available starting next month.
“But then he sort of has gotten into my nerves because I haven’t seen him enough, so he can’t win,” she joked.
‘A Promised Land’ teased
Barack also talked about his book and said that he feels proud of A Promised Land.
“I’ve tried to provide an honest account of my time in office; the key events and people who shaped it; my take on what I got right and the mistakes I made,” he said.
Michelle Obama will most likely support her husband following the release of his book because Barack was by her side when she released Becoming.