Who can resist romance between the commander-in-chief and the first lady on Valentine's Day?
Married on October 18, 1992, Barack and Michelle Obama have captured our hearts with their love for one another.
Obama mentions his wife in almost every speech he gives, and often seems unable to resist showering his wife with PDA, even when the cameras are rolling.
Even though they are across the nation from each other today, President Obama recorded a special message for the first lady during an appearance on "The Ellen Show" on Friday.
"I ObamaCare about you more than you even know," he said while DeGeneres played Barry White's "Never Gonna Give You Up" played in the background.
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Obama's message was followed a surprise video message from the first lady, who recited a romantic poem for the commander-in-chief.
"Roses are red, violets are blue. You are the president, and I am your boo," Michelle Obama said.
To celebrate the Obama's, we have collected a few of our favorite photos of their most romantic moments.
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