Michelle Obama Reveals What She Won't Miss About Being First Lady

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After President Obama's second term is up, he and First Lady Michelle Obama will be leaving the presidential residence at the White House and moving to their own home, living as regular people. So how does she feel about the upcoming change?

Michelle sat down with Ellen DeGeneres, where she opened up about the one thing she isn't going to miss about living in the White House and her life in the spotlight.

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"The one thing people don’t realize is we can’t do little things like open windows," Michelle said. "I look forward to getting in a car and rolling down the window and just letting the air hit my face. I mean I haven’t been in a car with the windows open in about seven years if you can imagine that. So I’m gonna spend that first year just hanging out the window."

"The windows in our house don’t open," she added. "There is the balcony… We go on the balcony, but that’s really the only door we can open to the outside."

The first lady also opened up about her 22-year marriage to the Barack, and she explained how they've been able to stay happy and together for so long.

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"What I’ve come to find out is that you don’t sweat the small stuff," Michelle revealed. "You know the journey that we’ve taken together, the fun we’ve had, the challenges we faced, the two beautiful girls that we’ve raised. And I kind of give him a pass now when he leaves his socks on the floor or tells that story for the 100th time and wants us to laugh at it like as if we’ve first heard it."

Check out the funny, revealing interview in the clip above, and hear more about the Obama daughters' plans for the future.

Watch Michelle's full interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, March 16.

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