Barack And Michelle Obama’s Valentine’s Tweets Will Melt Your Heart Away

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On Tuesday, Barack and Michelle Obama exchanged a couple of lovely messages on their twitter accounts. The former presidential couple shared some pretty touching words about each other to commemorate Valentine’s Day.


Just another Valentine’s day.

It was just another Valentine’s Day on earth, we were witnessing lots of people declaring their love on social media, but it wasn’t anything too exciting until the Obamas came to melt our hearts.

This is not the first time they share their love in public. Last year, they read poems to each other on Ellen Degeneres’ morning show.  Since this is the first Valentine’s Day as former the former presidential couple we’re really excited because boy we miss them!

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Sharing some Obama love.

The cute tweets from the former presidential family mark their first personal tweets since leaving the White House in January. Former President Barack Obama tweeted a sweet message to his wife. He said that after 28 years together it still feels new with Michelle. The message came along with a picture of them together in the White House. Just look at Michelle smiling.

Michelle answered Barack’s tweets by keeping the island vibes between them. The former first lady shared a picture of their sandy feet, during their recent vacation trip. Assuring her husband was the best  “Island mate.”

Life outside the White House.

Admit it, you were waiting to hear a little bit more about the Obamas. The couple just returned from their ten day holiday in the British Islands, where Barack showed us how to rock at kitesurf.

They have been pretty busy in their new life outside the White House. Recently they both signed agents to negotiate their book deals and engagements. So there’s still a lot more ti see from the Obamas!

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Source: Mashable


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