Malia And Sasha Obama Speak About Their Mother Michelle Obama’s Success In Netflix Doc ‘Becoming’
It’s been a little over three years since Michelle and Barack Obama left the White House and yet, we’re still begging for four more years! (It’s no wonder with our current White House situation.)
While Michelle Obama has been open about her disinterest in taking up the mantle of the Oval Office herself, she hasn’t shied away about her desire to continue to lead. In November 13, 2018, Obama published her book Becoming, a memoir that takes readers on a deeply personal tour of her roots, her discovery of herself, her time in the White House, and the public eye, as well as her role as a mother as well.
And while Obama has been open about her experience with motherhood, her two daughters, Malia and Sasha, have largely stayed clear of the limelight and conversations about their famous parents.
There’s no denying that the two former first daughters spent some of the most formative years of their lives in the White House. For eight years the two sisters watched their parents lead the country and while they’ve remained largely private about their lives, they both make surprise appearances in the new Netflix documentary “Becoming.”
“Becoming,” follows Michelle Obama’s journey as the author of her wildly successful memoir of the same name debuts May 6 and according to E! News gives viewers a rare glimpse into the lives her daughters.
According to E! News Sasha appears to praise her mother’s hard work and vigor saying “I’m excited for her to be proud of what she’s done, because I think that that’s the most important thing for a human to do, is be proud of themselves.”
Malia also makes an appearance and expresses her joy at her mother being able to come into her own thanks to a lack of public attention. “Being able to let all that leave your mind, creates so much more space,” Malia explains.
In the documentary, Malia notes that despite her mother’s absence from the White House many continue to push for the messages and values she campaigned for.
“This has demonstrated, in a way, just like, d*mn, those eight years weren’t for nothing, you know?”Malia points out in the doc. “You see that huge crowd out there? And that last speech you gave.”
And her daughter is right. The success of her mother’s book, which includes 10 million copies sold, is just a one proving factor that the excitement and passion for Michelle Obama as an influence continues.