Alex Rodriguez Shares Obama’s Handwritten Note Congratulating Him and J-Lo on Engagement

Rodolfo Vieira
Mar 22, 2019
10:51 P.M.
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Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez are currently the hottest couple around, and although they have received plenty of well-wishes, this one is probably the best so far.


On Friday, March 22, 2019, the former Major Baseball League player took to his official Twitter account to share a photo of a handwritten note addressed to him and Lopez.

The note, short but sweet, was sent by none other than the former President of the United States Barack Obama, congratulating the couple for their recent engagement.

The 44th President of the United States Barack Obama outside the White House in Washington D.C. | Photo: Getty Images



Rodriguez proposed to the pop diva on March 9, during a romantic escapade, and photos of him holding the ring at the beach have been seen by millions of people by now.

Obama is believed to have been one of them, and being a happily married man, the politician didn't waste any time sharing some valuable words of advice with the future groom.


"Michelle and I just wanted to congratulate you on your engagement. After 26 years together, we can say that whatever challenges life may bring, sharing them with someone you love makes it all better. All the best, Barack Obama.”

Barack Obama, Twitter, March 22, 2019


It's not every day that one receives a congratulatory note from someone so respected such as Barack and Michelle Obama, and the fact that Rodriguez chose to share the note reveals how much he appreciated it.


The 42-year-old is head over heels with Lopez, so much that he recently admitted to having bought and worn his famous all-pink suit and tie just to make her happy.


Rodriguez proposed to the pop diva on March 9, during a romantic escapade

During an interview with GQ, Rodriguez revealed that he bought the outfit because Lopez thought he would look great in it and he wanted to do something nice for her since they would be celebrating the last show of her three-year residency in Las Vegas.