& # 39; I felt like I had failed & # 39 ;: Michelle Obama reveals that she had a miscarriage before she gave birth to her daughters while she opened up about & # 39; having to do IVF & # 39; to father Sasha and Malia.
- The former first lady, 54, opened her painful miscarriage in her new memoir Becoming, which is released on Tuesday
- In an interview with Good Morning America she said that she lost herself & # 39; after suffering she felt miscarried and she also felt like she had failed & # 39;
Michelle Obama says she lost herself & # 39; & only & # 39; felt miscarried after 20 years ago and underwent fertilization in vitro to father her two daughters.
She tells ABC in an interview with Good Morning America that she felt she failed because I did not know how often miscarriages were because we do not talk about it.
Michelle, 54, also revealed that she and former President Barack Obama & IVF had to do & # 39; to father their daughters Sasha and Malia, now 17 and 20.
Opening: Michelle Obama reveals in her new memoir, Becoming, that she has suffered a miscarriage before she has given birth to her two daughters
In her memoir Becoming, released on Tuesday, the former first lady writes openly about everything from growing up in Chicago to confronting racism in public life and becoming the first black first lady in the country.
She also reflects on early struggles in her marriage when Obama started his political career.