It’s topped the best-sellers list for months on end, but Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaThe Hill's Morning Report — Category 5 Mueller storm to hit today Warren praises Ocasio-Cortez in Time 100 Beyoncé in 'Time 100' profile: Michelle Obama empowers black Americans MORE says there’s at least one person who hasn’t yet read her memoir "Becoming": Sasha Obama.

“Sasha still hasn’t read it,” the former first lady said of her 17-year-old daughter during a chat with BookTube posted Tuesday.


“It’s like, ‘I’m getting to it, Mom!’ ” Michelle Obama quoted, making an exasperated facial expression into the camera. “ 'I’m a senior,' ” she continued, impersonating her younger daughter.

“Well, you know, that would be Sasha,” Obama quipped.

"Becoming" was declared the best-selling hardcover book of 2018 shortly after its November release by its publisher, Penguin Random House.

Sales hit 3 million in December. Earlier this year, Amazon announced "Becoming" had the longest run as its best-selling book since 2012's "Fifty Shades of Grey."

Despite Sasha Obama not yet diving into her mom’s memoir, another member of the former first family did give it a read before it hit store shelves, according to Michelle Obama.

“The first test was when I had my husband read the draft because I wouldn’t let him look at anything,” Obama told the YouTube series.

“He was like, ‘Can I see this first draft?’ ” Obama, 55, said with a smile.

“No! Get out of here,” she said she told him.

“I didn’t want anybody’s opinions or their worries to cloud it until it was out,” Obama said.