Michelle: No-one wants to hear about Barack's day

Friday October 21, 2011

In public, their life is anything but typical.

But behind the doors of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, things are surprisingly normal for America's First Family.

In a candid recent interview, 'mom-in-chief' Michelle Obama gave an insight into the day-to-day running of her home.

And it's clear much of it revolves around her daughters.

From daily chores, to monitoring their TV watching – including Keeping Up With The Kardashians, she opens up on life in the White House.

And, she reveals, it’s the interaction they have as a family that makes the famous residence feel like a home.

"It's sitting down at the dinner table and having Barack's day be really the last thing anyone really cares about," she said.

"So he's sort of the throw-on piece.

"It's like, 'Oh yeah Daddy, and what did you do today?'"

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