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Michelle Obama sneaks into Target in baseball cap and dark glasses as former first lady reveals secret shopping mission

Michelle Obama sneaks into Target in baseball cap and dark glasses as former first lady reveals secret shopping mission
  • Michelle Obama shared footage of her ‘infiltration’ into a Target store
  • The video shows her signing copies of her new book before going shopping.
  • Obama was in St. Louis, Mo., this week to speak at a conference

Former First Lady Michelle Obama snuck into a Target store wearing a baseball cap and dark glasses to sign copies of her new book.

Obama was in St. Louis, Missouri, earlier this week to speak to the National Council on Mental Wellness.

On Friday, she then shared a video of what she called a “covert operation” at a Target store in the city involving her new book “The Light We Carry.”

In the footage, Obama can be seen entering the store and signing copies of the book.

She says: “We are on a mission. It’s a secret mission. I had a crazy idea, I heard my paperback was out and it was in Target.

On Friday, she then shared a video of what she called a

On Friday, she then shared a video of what she called a “covert operation” at a Target store in the city.

In the footage, Obama can be seen entering the store and signing copies of the book.

“So we’re going to hide because I didn’t see my book in a Target store. So we’re going to try to do this discreetly.

The video then shows Obama in the store, triumphantly raising his hands and saying, “I’m in Target!” as she spots a stand filled with her new book.

The sixty-year-old then poses next to the stand before picking up a copy and asking: “Should I do a reading here?”

She is then given a pen and she signs six copies of the book before putting them back on the shelf.

After signing the books, Obama picks up a shopping cart and walks around the store to do his shopping.

She then heads to the pet store, men’s and women’s clothing section where she picks up many items.

She says, “I’ve got something for me, something for my husband, and something for Sunny,” the family dog, before adding, “Girls, they can have their own things.”

“The Light We Carry” follows her best-selling memoir “Becoming” and, according to her website, “shares practical wisdom and powerful strategies.”

She is then handed a pen and she signs six copies of the book, then puts them back on the shelf.

She then goes to the pet store, men’s and women’s clothing section where she picks up many items.

His first book “Becoming” has been translated into 50 languages ​​and more than 17 million copies have been sold worldwide.

His website says: “When we shine light for others,” Obama insists, “we can shine a light on the richness and potential of the world around us, discovering deeper truths and new paths to progress.”

“Drawing on her experiences as a mother, daughter, wife, friend and First Lady, she shares the habits and principles she developed to successfully adapt to change and overcome various obstacles – the wisdom gained which helps him to continue to “become”. ‘

A New York Times review described it as “a road map for uncertain times that resonates in a way that other self-help books do not.” Through her stories, her experiences and her thoughts, we find the light with her.

In an excerpt from the Guardian, she discusses watching the January 6 attack on the Capitol, which she described as “perhaps the scariest thing (she’s) ever seen.”

His first book “Becoming” has been translated into 50 languages ​​and more than 17 million copies have been sold worldwide.

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