Read Michelle Obama's texts with her mother about the Grammys

Read Michelle Obama's texts with her mother about the Grammys

In a text exchange after the lavish awards ceremony, Marian Robinson asked her daughter if she met any "real stars" at the awards ceremony, to which Obama, now on tour to promote her bestselling autobiography and someone Democrats asked to consider the White House, responded that she is, well, a little bit well-known.

Obama later posted the screengrabs to Instagram and noted that she'd shared the texts with her Phoenix audience.

"I guess you were a hit at the Grammys", Robinson wrote along with a tongue out emoji.

Mrs Obama replied: "I am a real the way..." to which Mrs Robinson simply said a sweet: "Yeah". Especially, when Michelle tried to argue her case by writing, "And I'm a real the way", her mother had nothing to say in reply except an unconvinced "Yeah".

Michelle Obama: I'm sitting here with Valerie and this text is so typically you.

"Music shows us that all of it matters, every story, every voice, every note, in every song".

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I would think all Shields needs to know about Obama's celebrity status is that she is BFFs with Beyoncé.

Robinson lived at the White House with her daughter during her son-in-law's tenure as president. The butlers, the housekeepers.

Having her mother by her side as the family's adjusted to life in the spotlight also helped Michelle to cope with the pressure of her new role as first lady, as well as the huge change in her daughter's day-to-day routines.

And if Robinson's classic mom-shade is any indicator she never got overawed by the situation.

What do you think of the exchange?

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