Love fills the White House: Biden posts throwback pic, as Jill fills lawn with hearts
President Joe Biden captioned the image: 'You’re the love of my life and the life of my love, Jilly. Happy Valentine’s Day'
US President Joe Biden,79, and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, 70, sure know how to keep the romance alive in their marriage. Together they showed the world that eternal love is not a myth. Jill's decoration at the White House was in fact, turned into a tour for 22 second graders from Aiton Elementary School and their teacher, Alejandro Diasgranados, Biden's office said
The couple got nostalgic on this Valentine’s Day as President Biden shared an adorable vintage photo of himself and his wife, along with a sweet message for his wife in honor of Valentine’s Day. He captioned the image: “You’re the love of my life and the life of my love, Jilly. Happy Valentine’s Day.”
After some time, President Biden got extra sweet as posted another adorable video of the couple. In the post, the president and first lady are hugging, holding hands, smiling for photos and having cute little interactions. The president captioned that post: “The Hound + The Fox Simply the Best”. In the vintage pic, Biden is seen cuddling Jill between his legs while wearing a flannel shirt that looks very dad-like. Jill compliments him gracefully as she sported a gray jacket and denim jeans. Three years after losing his first wife and daughter in a road accident, Joe and Jill met through Joe's brother on a blind date in 1975. According to his autobiography, "Promises to Keep," Joe fell in love with Jill immediately and credits her with his renewed love for politics and life.
Users on Instagram reacted to this sweet gesture by President on Valentine’s day celebration. A user commented, “Genuine and respect for each other.” Another social media user loved POTUS' post and said, “I love you two!! You give me hope. “
“Happy Valentine’s Day! You are a perfect example of what a marriage should look like!” another smitten social media user commented.
The president wasn’t the only one to make the day special for his Valentine. First Lady Jill Biden also wrote a special Valentine’s Day message and posted a picture of heart-shaped decorations on the North Lawn of the White House, she captioned it, “‘Three things shall last forever — faith, hope, and love — and the greatest of these is love.’ 1 Corinthians 13:13.”
"Three things shall last forever — faith, hope, and love — and the greatest of these is love." 1 Corinthians 13:13— Jill Biden (@FLOTUS) February 14, 2022
From our family to yours: Happy Valentine’s Day! 💕 🐾 🐈 pic.twitter.com/h6jBuDy9ro
She further wrote in caption, “From our family to yours: Happy Valentine’s Day!” with a heart, paw print and cat emoji. NBC News White House correspondent Kelly O’Donnell shared more pictures of the decorated White House on her Twitter. She captioned the tweet, “The First Lady is decorating the North Lawn for Valentine's Day again this year with hand painted wooden art featuring first pets, Commander and Willow.”
The First Lady is decorating the North Lawn for Valentine's Day again this year with hand painted wooden art featuring first pets, Commander and Willow. pic.twitter.com/hQlwHJDjLy— Kelly O'Donnell (@KellyO) February 14, 2022
Valentine’s Day was special for another White House couple Vice President Kamala Harris and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff as they celebrated their love. The Vice President of America captioned the picture: Vice President Kamala [email protected] States captioned the picture: “No better partner to have on this incredible journey. Happy Valentine’s Day, @SecondGentleman.”
Romance got extra sweet at the White House this year, as President Biden and the first lady shared their adorable moments setting an example for couples around the world.