Michelle Obama bears uncanny resemblance to her daughters in childhood photo with her parents

Rebelander Basilan
May 28, 2018
01:39 A.M.
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Former first lady Michelle Obama recently made a trip to the past when she revealed an exclusive photo of her childhood alongside her parents, Marian and Fraser Robinson. Obama is currently finisher her second book, a memoir called “Becoming,” that will be released on November this year.


Celebritist gathered from Michelle Obama’s Instagram account that the mother of two is currently working on her first anticipated memoir book, and she decided to share some snippets into her past with her followers as she reflects on her life and the influence of her parents on it.

She recently shared a photo from her childhood, posing alongside her parents, Marian and Fraser Robinson, whom she has stated were not wealthy but gave her everything she needed to become the woman she is today.


Michelle and her mother resemble Malia and Sasha a lot, and fans have been pointing out that now we know from where the girls inherited their beauty and classy attitude.

In the caption of the photo, Michelle took the opportunity to praise her parents for teaching her different things about life, as she warned fans she’ll be sharing some photos that are going to be in her book.


“Over the next few days, I’ll be sharing some photos and memories from my book, BECOMING. My father, Fraser, taught me to work hard, laugh often, and keep my word. My mother, Marian, showed me how to think for myself and to use my voice. Together, in our cramped apartment on the South Side of Chicago, my family helped me see the value in our story, in my story, and in the larger story of our country.”


According to Hartford Courant, Michelle talked about her parents in a talk last November at The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts and said:

“My parents weren’t wealthy. They weren’t fancy folks. But we had a good childhood, living in a little, and bitty apartment. It had nothing to do with money, it had nothing to do with position, it had nothing to do with networking. My parents could never give me any of that.”


Instead, she revealed, they gave her all the tools she needed to develop her self-confidence, talent, and intellect in order to become the woman she is today.

“What girls and young people need is…consistent love and support and the belief of somebody out there that they’re worthy. I had that.”

We’re sure Michelle’s parents are proud of everything their daughter has accomplished in life so far, as she keeps on working relentlessly even after her run as the First lady of the nation reached its end.


We can’t wait to read Michelle’s memoir at the end of the year, and the expectations are high, as with everything the Obama family does.

Don’t you think Malia and Sasha Obama resemble their mother and grandmother a lot?