Former first lady Michelle Obama and her brother Craig Robinson opened up about their childhood and their time together at Princeton University during an event at the Obama Foundation in Chicago on Tuesday.
"We were poor kids, right?
We were working class kids.
We didn't have 'stuff'.
We didn't have title.
We didn't have legacy.
But we had what is most important -- we had family," the former first lady said.
Michelle Obama recounted her time after she followed her older brother Craig, an athlete, to Princeton.
Robinson, who later went on to coach college basketball, remarked that what was so humbling about his visits to the White House was how the Obamas would treat the entire staff 'just like they would treat some dignitary who would visit the White House.'