Michelle Obama had the last stop of her "Becoming" book tour in Nashville. The crowd was thrilled by her presence, and the former First Lady shared details about her final minutes in the White House.
Michelle is an American sweetheart, with a lot of supporters around the world. Her book "Becoming" was published last November and so far, it has sold over ten million copies.
The former first lady has been on a book tour for months across the world in over thirty-four venues, and she had the last stop on Sunday at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.
The "Tennessean News" posted about the event on Instagram and the host of the CBS "Late Show," Stephen Colbert, moderated.
The former First Lady wore a light-green metallic suit designed by Christopher John Rogers. He revealed on his Instagram that Meredith Kopp — Obama's stylist contacted him to make the outfit.
The young designer told "Vogue" that it meant the world to him and his team that someone as "Outspoken and Inspiring" as the 55-year-old loved their work.
Michelle's entrance got a standing ovation, and the moderator asked the former FLOTUS if she's aware that a lot of people love her as they gave up watching the penultimate episode of the "HBO" hit show "Game of Thrones" to be with her.
The mother-of-two responded that she understands their sacrifice as her daughter, Sasha, who is a fan of the show, gave up watching it to support her at the last event in Nashville.
The discussion moved on to the South Chicago native's last minutes in the White House, and she revealed that as they hurried to leave before President Trump's arrival, there was a lot of emotions and chaos as everyone cried and hugged each other.
The author revealed she didn't cry because she didn't want anyone thinking her tears were as a result of the incoming family.
Since the day was Mother's Day, the proud mother of two girls said she tried as much as possible to ensure her children didn't lose sight of life after the White House by making sure they did their laundry and made their beds themselves.
Days earlier, Michelle Obama shared an early Mother's Day post on Instagram. She acknowledged the women in life outside her mother and how much they contributed to the person she became.
In another post, she recognized and thanked her mother for giving her the freedom to develop and become a self-sufficient person.
With the end of her tour, the former First lady will spend the future helping and inspiring young people on "Becoming" their best self.