Michelle Obama reveals she once accidentally flashed a secret service agent after an epic wardrobe malfunction

She revealed how she once gave a Secret Service Agent quite an eyeful while suffering from a wardrobe malfunction of epic proportions.


                            Michelle Obama reveals she once accidentally flashed a secret service agent after an epic wardrobe malfunction

Michelle Obama has begun to drop some extremely fun chunks of her life as the former First Lady gets candid while on tour for her new book, 'Becoming'. And in one of the recent interviews, she revealed how she once gave a Secret Service Agent quite an eyeful while suffering from a wardrobe malfunction of epic proportions. Michelle recently appeared on the popular podcast 'Two Dope Queens' hosted by comedians Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams on November 15, and the three ladies felt right at home with Michelle's wicked sense of humor complementing theirs.

Former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama discusses her forthcoming memoir titled, 'Becoming', during the 2018 American Library Association Annual Conference on June 22, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama discusses her forthcoming memoir titled, 'Becoming', during the 2018 American Library Association Annual Conference on June 22, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

“You were constantly surrounded by people. so did you ever have, like, any sort of, like, embarrassing sort of thing that happened, and like, the Secret Service was there, and you both sort of, like, clocked it, like, ‘We’re not gonna talk about it but we both saw this happened,'” Phoebe asked Michelle.

The 54-year-old replied: ‘Oh god, yeah. There’s a ton of stuff. You know, definitely tripping, falling, stumbling,” she began, and then narrated what she considers to be one of the most embarrassing moments of her life, i.e., the time she accidentally flashed an agent at a rally in North Carolina. 

Former US first lady Michelle Obama looks at her newly unveiled portrait during a ceremony at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery, on February 12, 2018 in Washington, DC. The portraits were commissioned by the Gallery, for Kehinde Wiley to create President Obama's portrait, and Amy Sherald that of Michelle Obama.
Former US first lady Michelle Obama looks at her newly unveiled portrait during a ceremony at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery, on February 12, 2018 in Washington, DC. The portraits were commissioned by the Gallery, for Kehinde Wiley to create President Obama's portrait, and Amy Sherald that of Michelle Obama.

“You know one time I was doing a big rally in, um, I think it was Asheville, college campus. And my lead agent was behind me, ‘cause he’s always behind me… And my skirt blew up. The wind just blew it up and luckily there wasn’t, like, a back stand. But he was there and he stepped right over, and I was like, thanks! I was like woo! It’s one of those flouncy little cute skirts, and then we had to rethink that.”

“That was another outfit learning moment!” the former FLOTUS laughed. “If it’s windy, don’t wear flouncy things. Wear a pencil skirt, or wear some pants. So we started checking the weather, and wind,” Michelle continued. “But I think I spent eight years going, you know, if you see me giving a speech at a big thing, at a convention, what I’m thinking about as I’m walking to the podium is, ‘Don’t fall, don’t trip, don’t trip, don’t fall.'”

Oprah Winfrey introduces former first lady Michelle Obama as she kicks off her 'Becoming' arena book tour on November 13, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. In the book, which was released today, Obama describes her journey from Chicago's South Side to the White House.
Oprah Winfrey introduces former first lady Michelle Obama as she kicks off her 'Becoming' arena book tour on November 13, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. In the book, which was released today, Obama describes her journey from Chicago's South Side to the White House.

Previously, the former FLOTUS had entertained her audience by speaking about how well she bonded with Queen Elizabeth during her visit to the Buckingham Palace in an official capacity. Speaking about the backlash she received after putting her arm around Queen Elizabeth during the former first couple's state visit to Britain, Michelle said that she didn't believe that the monarch had any problem with the gesture. "At some point toward the end of the party, I turned my head to find that Queen Elizabeth had surfaced at my elbow, the two of us suddenly alone together in the otherwise crowded room," she wrote in her book. "She was wearing a pair of pristine white gloves and appeared just as fresh as she’d been hours earlier when we first met. She smiled up at me.”

"If I hadn’t done the proper thing at Buckingham Palace, I had at least done the human thing. I daresay that the Queen was okay with it, too, because when I touched her, she only pulled closer, resting a gloved hand lightly on the small of my back," Michelle wrote in her book.

U.S. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are welcomed by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to Buckingham Palace on April 1, 2009 in London, England. Obama is serving as the 44th President of the U.S. and the first African-American to be elected to the office of President in the history of the United States.
U.S. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are welcomed by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to Buckingham Palace on April 1, 2009 in London, England. Obama is serving as the 44th President of the U.S. and the first African-American to be elected to the office of President in the history of the United States.