Former President Barack Obama just dropped his now-annual list of the 44 (get it?) songs he and former first lady Michelle Obama have been jamming to this summer.
"Motherhood is a masterclass in letting go," Obama told the duchess in an interview for British Vogue.
The duchess thought it would be "boastful" to appear on the cover herself, and instead chose "world-leading women" like Jane Fonda and Jameela Jamil to be on it.
"To me she is the example that I admire," the Vogue editor-in-chief, who has been accused of snubbing the new first lady, said of Obama.
The Obamas, including daughters Malia and Sasha, are taking in the joys of Provence in the south of France on a family vacay, thrilling the locals.
Rosdely Ciprian, 14, and Thursday Williams, 18, star alongside Heidi Schreck in the critically-acclaimed and Tony-nominated play, "What the Constitution Means to Me."
Etiquette experts say he also made a faux pas by clinking his glass against the royal's, though she smiled throughout the festivities.
Pamela Taylor pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $18,000 by falsely claiming her home had been damaged by a flood.
The superstar called the former first lady a "portrait of grace" in an essay honoring her for the magazine's list of most influential people.
"We aren't race-baiting — we're illustrating what happens when black history is taught once a year," says Illinois college student Emmanuel Imarenezor, 19.
Former first lady Michelle Obama took a dig at President Donald Trump duringan event in London on Sunday, saying that America was now in the care of"divorced dad
Michelle Obama is still answering for the time she supposedly breached royalprotocol by hugging Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace in 2009