Barack Obama continues to express adoration for Michelle in the sweetest of ways. Yesterday was no different on his social media.
The former president posted a picture of his wife's new book "Becoming" yesterday. His words of support were also littered with words of admiration as he encouraged followers to go out and get it.
The Instagram post is found below. He said in the caption:
"Of course, @MichelleObama's my wife, so I'm a little biased here," Barack started off cheekily.
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"But she also happens to be brilliant, funny, wise, - one of a kind. This book tells her quintessentially American story. I love it because it faithfully reflects the woman I have loved for so long."
In a few sentences, Barack appeared to swoon over the woman he's been married to for 26 years. And fans were loving his words of admiration.
Just last month, the 57-year-old father of two also expressed his love for Michelle in a tweet.
The pair's 26th wedding anniversary was on October 3. Along with a picture of his wife, Barack wrote:
“Happy Anniversary, @MichelleObama. For 26 years, you’ve been an extraordinary partner, someone who can always make me laugh, and my favorite person to see the world with.”
Michelle also took to social media to celebrate her marriage. She dedicated a tweet to her husband saying:
“Thank you @barackobama for 26+ years of love, trust, and respect - for being a man who always lifts up and honors me and our wonderful girls. Each day I’m with you, I’m reminded of what a treasure you truly are to us all.”
Aside from her adoration for Barack, Michelle also expressed hard-hitting feelings in her new book.
The former first lady revealed that she could "never forgive" Trump for running with the false rumors about her husband's place of birth. Michelle stated that it put her and her family in danger.
Michelle, 54, also got frank about her marriage. She let out that she and Barack had gone to therapy "a handful of times." That's when Michelle determined how "in charge" of her own happiness she was.
Perhaps the most shocking revelation was Michelle's in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments. Both her daughters were conceived through IVF.
Malia, 20, and Sasha, 17, came after Michelle had undergone a miscarriage. Feeling "lost and alone," Michelle had no solid support her throughout her experience.
"I didn't know how common miscarriages were because we don't talk about them," she said in an interview on ABC last Friday.
The iconic mother said, "it's important to talk to young mothers about the fact that miscarriages happen."
Michelle continues to be a leader and an example for many women with the same values. Her book was released yesterday, November 13.