It's official: President Barack Obama and the First Lady Michelle Obama have had one of the most PDA-filled stints in the White House. These two are constantly giving each other adorable glances, sweet hugs and other moves that basically restore our faith in love and marriage. In fact, it seems like these two never miss an opportunity to gush over one another.
According to Elle, the most recent PDA-filled event for the President and the First Lady was at a reception at the White House in honor of Black History Month. When the two walked on stage, a lone guest can be heard in the background shouting "HEYYYYY MICHEEEELLLEEE," like the two were old friends. Being the cool president that he is, President Obama didn't miss a beat. "We know it is Black History Month when you hear somebody say, 'Heyyyy, Michelle! Giiiirrrrrlllll you look so good!" the president responded which obviously caused the crowd to burst into laughter (we couldn't help but LOL too).
Not to be upstaged by her husband, Michelle quickly responded: "He's alright, you look good too, baby." Aww! We cannot get over how adorable it is that after two kids, two terms in the White House, and all those years together these two still take a moment to flirt. Couples everywhere should take note; these two totally know how to keep the spark alive.
Being the adorable couple they are, they even made sure to make time for a little bit of romance this past Valentine's Day. "Roses are red, violets are blue, you are the President and I am your boo," Michelle recited on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
We thought her poem couldn't be topped until President Obama decided to share a few words of his own. "Somebody call the Situation Room because things are about to get hot," he said, sounding more like President Fitz from Scandal than President Obama. "Michelle, this Valentine's Day I'm going to treat you right. I'm going to make you some zucchini bread, and then I'm going to spread veggies on a plate just the way you like them."
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He ended his declaration with a romantic message that topped them all. "I have made a lot of great decisions as president, but the best decision I've ever made was choosing you," he said. There's no word yet on if the president made good on his promise of homemade zucchini bread but based on their banter, we'd bet they had a pretty good Valentine's Day.