Michelle Obama won’t rule out plastic surgery, Botox
America’s First Lady says “women should have the freedom” to choose plastic surgery as an option to feel better
Days before her 50th birthday, U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama said in an interview that she won’t rule out any youth-preserving possibilities including plastic surgery or Botox.
“Right now, I don’t imagine that I would go that route,” Obama told the U.S. magazine People in an interview that hits the newsstands Friday.
“But I’ve learned to never say never,” she added.
Mrs. Obama , who is turning 50 on Jan. 17, said females should be free to choose if they want to undergo plastic surgery.
“Women should have the freedom to do whatever they need to do to feel good about themselves,” she explained.
Speaking about her diet and exercise routine, the First Lady said she does not “obsess” about what she eats, but makes sure to add fruits and vegetables in her meals.
The Obamas are reportedly planning a White House party Saturday to mark the First Lady’s birthday, according to The Telegraph newspaper. Guests have apparently been told to come ready to dance, and eat before they come.