Former first lady, Michelle Obama can now call herself a best-selling author after her book smashed records after just 15 days on the shelves.
It has now sold more than two million copies in the US and Canada alone (not counting other nations), this information comes according to NPD BookScan data.
The book has also done very well in Australia, the UK, France, Germany, Korea and South Africa.
The book itself follows Michelle and Barack Obama’s life before the got into the White House and their time in it and also a bit of what they did after they left office.
The book is a very personal one for Michelle as in it, she revealed that both their daughters, Malia and Sasha, were conceived through in vitro fertilisation (IVF)
In it she also talked about problems in the marriage and the difficulty of having no child initially.
Mrs Obama also took shots at current President Donald Trump in the book stating that he was someone she could ‘never forgive’. This was in reaction to a theory Trump championed in which he said that Obama was not born in America and was therefore not fit to be President of the United States.
Michelle was left devastated by this, claiming that such talk put her family at risk.