It will be a very sad day when our amazing First Lady Michelle Obama leaves the White House. She recently appeared on the Late Show and discussed her post-White House plans with Stephen Colbert.
The First Lady started the conversation by speaking about Let Girls Learn an initiative launched by the President and First Lady that seeks to "help the more than 62 million girls around the world who are not in school– half of whom are adolescent – go to school and stay in school."
In school, I learned how to speak up for myself. #62MillionGirls don't have that chance. http://t.co/xzBLsIl16r –mo pic.twitter.com/lVVkv7vcDD— The First Lady (@FLOTUS) September 26, 2015
She plans to continue her #62MillionGirls campaign to promote girls’ education around the world. “Girls’ education is the kind of work Barack and I want to do long after we leave the White House," Obama said.
But there are also less serious matters the First Lady looks forward to once the Obama family exits the White House in 2017.
“I also want to do little things like, you know, open a window,” Obama told Colbert.
"I'm sorry," Colbert said. "You don't have security clearance to open a window?"
"The window opens if I press it in the car and everybody's like, 'Oh, my God, what was that?'" she said. "One day, as a treat, my lead agent let me have the windows open on the way to Camp David. It was like five minutes out, he was like, 'The window's open. Enjoy it!'"
Watch the moment below.
Watch the complete interview here.