Michelle Obama continues to make headlines even after her husband, former United States President Barack Obama, left office. The American lawyer has been very active in numerous engagements since Melania Trump moved to the White House and took over as the First Lady of the United States. Michelle shared a shocking confession about a decision her family made in the past.

Speaking to Marie Claire, Michelle confirmed the reports saying that Barack regretted going on an Access Hollywood interview with her daughters -- Malia Ann, 21, and Sasha, 18. The former FLOTUS said it was a onetime thing and may not happen again.

“I'm so grateful to have had the opportunity to talk to people who've done this before. I've had great conversations with Hillary Clinton, Tipper Gore, and Caroline Kennedy, and they've all given me advice on how to make sure your kids are whole and grounded,” Michelle Obama told the publication in 2008. “I think a part of that is keeping them, keeping their worlds, very much their own,” she went on.

To recall, the said interview sparked criticisms when Barack said he wanted to keep his family life private. However, critics believed the former Illinois senator used Michelle Obama and their two daughters to advance his candidacy. Barack, reportedly, called the Access Hollywood interview a “mistake” after he was accused of moving his positions in different issues, at the time, to the center of the political spectrum to make himself more electable.

Meanwhile, Michelle Obama and Barack Obama are set to meet young Indonesian leaders for the upcoming Obama Foundation Leaders: Asia Pacific Forum, which aims to improve the leadership skills and provide an avenue to expand the youth leaders’ global network. The said event will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in December.

“I would also like to meet likeminded people from different parts of the world, learn about what they do, why and how they do it, to hopefully collaborate to create a much bigger impact in the future,” Fingertalk founder Dissa Ahdanisa said in a press release The Jakarta Post posted on Friday. “Growing up, the leaders I saw were male, along with their authoritarian and dominating styles. We need more diversity in leadership positions,” The Conversation Indonesia executive editor Echoing Dissa stated.

Aside from former POTUS Barack Obama and ex-FLOTUS Michelle Obama, other personalities expected to grace the imminent event include Air Asia co-founder Tony Fernandes, JAVARA founder Helianti Hilman and Malaysian Women, Family and Community Development Deputy Minister YB Hannah Yeoh, among others.