Former First Lady Michelle Obama is touring the country discussing her new memoir Becoming. She recently sat down for a live conversation with her close friend and former Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett on Saturday.
At one point during the evening, the conversation turned to Barack Obama. That’s when the former POTUS came out on stage to surprise both his wife and the audience.
A Twitter user shared the video from Michelle Obama’s Instagram story.
If I don’t find a husband like this, I don’t want a husband.
— Natalie (@itsnatalieann) November 19, 2018
I had the honor of spending last night with @ValerieJarrett, @MichelleObama, & @BarackObama. The amount of honesty, love, and empowerment that filled the room was overwhelmingly inspiring. Beyond grateful and ready to continue my #IAmBecoming journey. Thank you Michelle ❤️ pic.twitter.com/07gnpmFkF4
— Ms. Lee Anne Smith (@WOES_PreK_ST) November 18, 2018
A very special night hearing @MichelleObama tell her story of growing up, falling in love, demands of balancing career & family, & the pressures & triumphs of being the First Lady. #IAmBecoming. And then @BarackObama made a surprise visit at the end. D.C. crowd was tremendous! https://t.co/JqOJ0tiiuO
— Valerie Jarrett (@ValerieJarrett) November 18, 2018
Once Barack Obama came out on stage, he joined the conversation. When Jarrett asked him about meeting Michelle in Chicago, he answered he knew she “was one of a kind” and that if he had children with her, his kids would be extraordinary.
Whenever the Obama’s show up Twitter swoons.
Lucky you! They are wonderful!
— Melissa (@wickedatMLT) November 19, 2018
Sooooo jealous! Lol
Glad to hear you got a chance to *soak* up allllll that wisdom and grace that Ms Obama exudes!
Here's to everyone's journey to enlightenment! 🙂#MichelleObama #BarackObama #Heroes #Teachers #rolemodels
— Kristina (@SparklyJinx) November 20, 2018
I would have fainted with joy.
— Aletta (@Lettybird) November 19, 2018
The reviews for Obama’s book are already coming in and the people love it.
An admirable story of First Lady Obama is not only inspirational but enviable. We should all aspire to be clear minded and honest about our own futures.
— Claire Sandford (@tiajeanlloyd3) November 19, 2018
Love Love Loved the Book.
— Ellina Restani (@EllinaRestani) November 18, 2018
I’ve torn through it and have bawled several times. What a life, what a woman!
— Bonnie Parker jr. (@TheFoxyMarketer) November 19, 2018
People just can’t seem to get enough of the Obamas.
— Life_with_Nadine (@Nadine_Campbell) November 20, 2018
I 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 them!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/qUg65kTtQj
— StarsAreBornUnderWater8 💦 #resist (@kareemah68) November 19, 2018
I’m crying in the library because of this 😭💗 pic.twitter.com/zFM8Hicois
— gabs (@_Miss_GabyV) November 19, 2018
Goals man. Goals✊🏻❤😣
— A§hley_Is_Me (@ashleynazanedo) November 19, 2018
My favorite couple 😩
— Tay ♡ (@GrandeLovatic) November 20, 2018
Get your tissues Boston; you’re the next stop on November 24, 2018.