Michelle Obama has told the Duchess of Sussex to "
The former US first lady's words of advice were revealed in the latest edition of British Vogue magazine.
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Obama was interviewed by Meghan in a "casual lunch of chicken tacos" earlier this year when the royal was pregnant with son Archie.
Meghan's questions ended with a "wild-card" request: "What is the most beautiful sound that you've ever heard?
"We loved to listen to the little sounds they'd make - especially the way they cooed when they were deep into dreaming.
"Don't get me wrong, early parenthood is exhausting. I'm sure you know a thing or two about that these days.
"But there is something so magical about having a baby in the house. Time expands and contracts; each moment holds its own little eternity.
"I'm so excited for you and Harry to experience that, Meghan.
Archie was born on May 6 at the Portland Hospital in central London and the
Meghan focused on asking
The duchess thanked her interviewee for sending the "kindest message on Mother's Day this year" and
"What's both humbled and heartened me is seeing the resiliency of my daughters. In some ways, Malia and Sasha couldn't be more different. One speaks freely and often, one opens up on her own terms.
"One shares her innermost feelings, the other is content to let you figure it out.
"Neither approach is better or worse, because they've both grown into smart, compassionate and independent young women, fully capable of paving their own paths."
Quizzed about what inspired her to start the Girls Opportunity Alliance, a
And I believe that every little girl, no matter her circumstances, deserves the opportunity to learn, grow and act on her knowledge."
"She'd tell me to keep fighting for them. If I'm being honest, she'd probably smile about how cute my husband is, too."
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