Malia and Sasha had their first kisses in White House and around 'a bunch of men with guns and earpieces', says Michelle Obama

Michelle spilled the beans on her daughters' love lives in the White House while speaking with Gayle King at the Essence Fest on July 6


                            Malia and Sasha had their first kisses in White House and around 'a bunch of men with guns and earpieces', says Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama spilled the beans on daughters Sasha, 18, and Malia, 21, after revealing that they each had their first kiss at the White House.

The sisters are probably not too happy after discovering that their 55-year-old mother has revealed their teenage love lives to the world, HollywoodLife reports.

Speaking Gayle King at the Essence Fest on July 6, Michelle shared how her daughters grew up in the White House.

“My kids had armed guards with them at all times,” Michelle said. “Imagine trying to have your first kiss [around] a bunch of men [with guns] and earpieces.”

Malia and Sasha Obama depart ahead of their parents United States President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama depart the White House August 6, 2016, in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

However, this is not the first time the former first lady has spoken about her daughters' love lives in DC.

She wrote in her 2018 memoir 'Becoming' about the time Malia's date was coming to pick her up for prom and the teen begged her parents to "be cool" about it.

“Her embarrassment [had] already [begun] to smolder as we rode the elevator downstairs,” Michelle recalled, saying she was barefoot while former President Barack Obama wore flip-flops.

“We took what was perhaps unfair comfort in the knowledge that Malia’s security detail would basically ride the boy’s bumper all the way to the restaurant where they were going for dinner before the dance and would remain on quiet duty throughout the night,” she wrote.

Candidate for the U.S. Senate Barack Obama (D-IL) sits with his wife Michelle and daughters Sasha (L) and Malia (R) in a hotel room as they wait for election returns to come on November 2, 2004, in Chicago, Illinois. (Getty Images)

Michelle also revealed she was “surprised [her] kids have any friends” after the White House.

“Imagine having Malia and Sasha come to your house for a sleepover,” she said. “This is the call: ‘OK, we’re gonna need your social security number, we’re gonna need your date of birth. There will be men coming to sweep your house. If you have guns and drugs, just tell them. Because they’re going to find them anyway.”

She continued: “Don’t lie. They’re not gonna take them, they just need to know where they are. And by the way, there will be a man with a gun sitting on the front porch all night. Let him come in and use the bathroom, it would just be nice.’"

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