Michelle Obama's Culinary Kids Show To Launch Next Month | 22 Words

Michelle Obama is set to host her own culinary kids show on Netflix and fans are super excited, to say the least.

Here are all the details, including the all-important release date...

There's no denying that Michelle Obama is a pretty incredible woman...

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And she's very much loved by millions across the globe.

And fans of Obama have had some exciting news.

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A brand new venture for the star.

She's decided to embrace another passion of hers - cooking.

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And the show is set to hit Netflix soon! Here are all the details...

Now, we were first introduced to Michelle through her husband, the former president Barack Obama.

The couple first met when a then twenty-five-year-old Michelle Robinson was assigned as a mentor for a twenty-eight-year-old Barack Obama at their law firm.

Though Michelle admits that, initially, she wasn't too keen on the idea of dating Barack...

"Barack, about a month in, asked me out, and I thought 'No way. This is completely tacky,'" she told ABC News, when discussing how the pair had met.

But it was clearly meant to be.

Barack's proposed date was clearly a hit, as the pair were quick to become a couple, and later tied the knot in 1992. Michelle noted that her husband's vows were a glimpse at what was to come. “Barack didn’t pledge riches, only a life that would be interesting. On that promise he delivered," she later recalled.

Michelle supported her husband as he navigated his way through politics...

And, along with their 2 young daughters, was suddenly catapulted into the spotlight when he ran for president.

It didn't take the world long to fall completely in love with Michelle...

And people simply loved the first lady.

And, even after Barack's presidency came to an end...

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Michelle has remained very much in the hearts of our nation and is still regularly seen out and about at public events.

Her post-White House career is flourishing.

Her memoir, Becoming, which was published in November 2018, has become one of the most successful books of the decade, and she regularly attends public engagements and does work for a variety of charities.

And the former first lady has even launched her own podcast.

In the episodes, Michelle explores meaningful conversations through candid conversations with guests.

And, true to that, in a recent episode, Michelle got candid about mental health.

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While discussing her mood, she explained that while she was feeling down at the moment, this wasn't just to do with the pandemic.

During the episode, Michelle talked about the Black Lives Matter movement and Trump's response.

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"Not just because of the quarantine, but because of the racial strife, and just seeing this administration, watching the hypocrisy of it, day in and day out, is dispiriting. "I know that I am dealing with some form of low-grade depression."

People simply love Michelle's realism...

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And now there's more exciting news for Michelle fans.

She's launching a cooking show!

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And it's going to be out sooner than you may have thought.

Waffles + Mochi will be streaming on Netflix.

And is set to come out next month!

Michelle herself shared a post.

"I'm excited for families and children everywhere to join us on our adventures as we discover, cook, and eat delicious food from all over the world."

"These curious explorers uncover the wonder of food and discover every meal is a chance to make new friends," Netflix explains.

They'll "blast off on global ingredient missions, traveling to kitchens, restaurants, farms and homes all over the world."

Safe to say, fans are over the moon.

And it's not hard to see why!