The former president hasn't ever posted photos quite like these.

January 17, 2020

President Barack Obama sent out a heartwarming birthday message for wife Michelle Obama as she turned 56 on Friday.

"In every scene, you are my star, @MichelleObama!" the president, 58, tweeted along with four candid couple photos, taken during a Fourth of July party while the Obamas were in the White House.

"Happy birthday, baby!" he wrote.

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The former first lady had quite the 2019, capped off by her and her husband's first Oscar nomination for their Netflix documentary American Factory.

Mrs. Obama also broke records with her best-selling memoir, Becoming, which launched a sold-out book tour that took her around the world. She earned her first Grammy nomination for best spoken word album for her memoir's audiobook and was named the world's most admired woman as well as one of People's "People of the Year."

In December, she headed to Asia on an Obama Foundation trip alongside actress Julia Roberts and Today co-host Jenna Bush Hager to promote young women's education.

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Mrs. Obama opened up to People about her big 2019 while touching on the major life changes last year brought to her and her family, including the emotional moment she and the president dropped their youngest daughter Sasha off at her first year of college.

"Time just goes so fast," Mrs. Obama told People. "But like so many experiences in the last 10 years, we wanted to make it feel as normal as possible, given our family's circumstances."

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Luxuriating in their post-White House life, when they aren't busy with their eponymous foundation and charitable works, the Obamas also recently bought an $11.75, seven-bedroom mansion on Martha's Vineyard.

This story originally appeared on by Sean Neumann.



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