Michelle Obama is looking forward to a little R&R after she leaves the White House

By Tierney McAfee
Updated April 08, 2016 03:25 PM
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Michelle Obama knows where she’s headed after she and her family leave the White House next year: “somewhere really, really warm.”

The first lady, who stopped by the Today show for an interview Friday, was asked by Al Roker where she thinks she’ll be on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, the day after inauguration day.

“Hopefully somewhere warm,” she said with a laugh in response. “I think that’s the safest thing I can say. Somewhere really, really warm.”

Spoiler alert: Little drinks with umbrellas may be involved.

Obama, who is currently culminating her work in the White House as an advocate for healthy eating with a national garden tour, also touched on what she hopes her legacy will be.

She told Roker, “I just want people to say, ‘Michelle Obama was a hard-working first lady who impacted people’s lives for the better and made us proud.’ ”