In July 2020, Michelle opens up about her marriage on her podcast. "One of the reasons I fell in love with you is because you are guided by the principle that we are each other's brothers' and sisters' keepers...," she shares. "I can say that my family, my neighborhood, my notions of community growing up shaped that view, and shaped the choices that I made in life as I felt your experiences shape yours."
The couple uplifts graduates during the Dear Class of 2020 event.
The couple exchanges smiles as they wait to greet South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and his wife Kim Yoon-ok.
Picture-perfect! President Obama shares a tender moment with Michelle during their Mother's Day gathering at the White House.
All smiles! The two unveil their official portraits during a ceremony at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in 2018.
The duo hands out candy to trick-or-treaters on the south lawn of the White House.
The president places a gentle kiss on his wife's cheek.
Michelle ensures the president is handshake-ready before their meeting with Singapore's prime minister.
The President gives the First Lady a thumbs up before meeting with Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his wife Ho Ching.
Before their meeting with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife Gursharan Kaur, the couple sneaks in glances at each other.
President Fonz gives the camera a thumbs-up while Michelle looks equally bemused.
The adorable couple makes each other giggle before meeting with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and Agnese Landini.
The duo is captured sharing a long embrace after learning that they will be POTUS and FLOTUS for four more years in 2012.
The president and his leading lady celebrate his re-election by enjoying a slow dance at the Commander-In-Chief's Ball in January 2013.
The two share a slow dance at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball in 2009.
The duo flashes their gorgeous smiles as they dance at the Obama Home States Inaugural Ball in 2009.
The pair soaks up the moment at the DNC in 2008, after then-Sen. Obama officially accepted the nomination as the first Black man to be the lead candidate of a major political party.
The couple shares their excitement at a Minnesota rally after Sen. Obama learned he had clinched the Democratic nomination for president in June 2008.