The former American first lady on the social media poured out her heart to her husband as she shares their wedding photo.
This week it was the turn of their 25 wedding anniversary that got them sharing the love online.
Never one to do things by halves, Barack surprised his wife with a special video message at the end of Michelle's speech at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women on Tuesday.
Taking care not to mention President Trump by name, she added: "I think they will feel some of what's happening now as intrinsically not what they were taught".
Michelle said that one of the cornerstones of the Obama Presidential Center will be developing new policies to help the leader from youth. During their lunchtime discussion, Mr. Obama interrupted with a video message thanking Michelle for being an excellent partner and mother, and admitting marrying her was the smartest decision he made.
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Obama also reflected on life after her husband's presidency.
Obama said she believes it is crucial to welcome new ideas, new voices and diverse perspectives to the table, especially when it comes to politics.
Obama said: "I had to crash this party because today we have been married for 25 years". People magazine reports that the former FLOTUS began tearing up during Obama's tribute and was blushing by the time it ended, joking that she "better get home".
Obama also suggested that the deterioration of standards and expectation is "what happens when we don't stand up", telling women that it is more important than ever to have a "seat at the table".
According to People, Michelle (like us) teared up when Barack spoke of her "strength, grace, determination and honesty".
He continued the love fest by listing all of the awesome qualities Michelle possesses not only as his wife, but as a human being.