TV chef Jamie Oliver has revealed plans to work with Michelle Obama in a joint effort to improve world food.
While Jamie continues his US reality show promoting healthy eating among youngsters, First Lady Michelle has set up her own campaign to improve the way families eat.
"Fingers crossed she will let me in the back door of the White House," says father-of-three Jamie.
"She is right on the money and I trust her."
This week, the culinary whiz was awarded with a Technology, Entertainment, Design (TED) prize for his healthy eating campaign, while a possible trip to the presidential residence is apparently being arranged.