Barack and Michelle Obama have been a model couple and that has earned them international love besides Barrack’s profile; president of United States.
And in a post shared on Twitter on Wednesday,  17, January, barrack Obama reconfirmed his feelings for the 44th US First Lady as she turned older on 17 January.

President Obama while addressing the audience last Tuesday said to his wife, Michelle Obama, “For the past 25 years, you’ve been not only my wife and mother of my children but my best friend,” he said. “You took on a role you didn’t ask for and made it your own with grace and grit and style and good humor. You made the White House a place that belongs to everybody.” Today, via the @POTUS twitter account, Obama shared a similar sentiment for his wife’s birthday.

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Similarly, Barrack’s birthday message to Michelle on her birthday reminiscents his final ground-breaking presidential address in Chicago last Tuesday.

[email protected] twitter account, Obama wrote to his wife who just turned 53 years

“To the girl from the South Side who took on a role she didn’t ask for and made it her own: Happy birthday, Michelle. I love you.”

This seems like a trend in Obama’s kindred.  In August, when President Obama turned 55 years old, his wife sent out her own tribute via Twitter. “55 years young and that smile still gets me every single day,” she wrote. “Happy birthday, Barack. I love you. -mo.”

Additionally,  First Lady organised a star-studded party for the president’s birthday. But her own birthday falls in a busy week, just days before her husband will transfer power to the soon-tobe-45th president of United States, Donald Trump. Despite no announcement of a big star-studded birthday event, FLOTUS will find another way to celebrate her special day. After they leave the White House this Friday, the Obamas are set to take a vacation. Earlier this month, the president told USA Today that FLOTUS has put in a special request for the First Family’s first post–White House getaway.

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Even though there seems to be no official ball for the birthday event, it is expected that FLOTUS celebrate the party in another special way.

Once they move from the White House this Friday, the Obamas will be going on a leave. Earlier this month, the president told USA Today that FLOTUS has put in a special request for the First Family’s first post–White House getaway.

However, her own birthday falls in a busy week – days before Donald Trump will take office. Despite no announcement of a big star-studded birthday event, FLOTUS will find another way to celebrate her special day. After they leave the White House this Friday, the Obamas are set to take a vacation. Earlier this month, the president told USA Today that FLOTUS has put in a special request for the First Family’s first post–White House getaway.

“My intention on January 21 is to sleep, take my wife on a nice vacation—and she has said it better be nice,” he said. Their trip is rumored to be to Palm Springs.

Michelle Obama was born on January 17, 1964, in Chicago, Illinois. She schooled in Princeton University, finishing cum laude in 1985.  She futhered in Harvard Law School in 1988 where she glenaed a degree. After completing her studies in Harvard, Michelle Obama worked at a Chicago law firm as a lawyer, Chicago city administrator and community-outreach worker. Also, she met her husband, future U.S. president Barack Obama.

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The couple married on October 3, 1992. As first lady, she chanelled her attention on current social issues, such as poverty, healthy living and education.  Prior to her role as first lady, she was a lawyer, Chicago city administrator and community-outreach worker.