President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama arrive to address the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Foundation's 45th Annual Legislative Conference in Washington, DC.

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It's been 23 years since the first couple merged into the dynamic duo they are today.   

Dominique Hobdy
Oct, 04, 2015

It's been 23 years since the first couple merged into the dynamic duo they are today. 

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, who were married October 3rd, 1992 at Trinity Church in Chicago, celebrated their anniversary Saturday. 

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President Obama paid tribute to the day in a sweet Twitter post:

Twenty-three years and still going strong. Here's to many more. #HappyAnniversary pic.twitter.com/EdEvqUF0s7

— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) October 3, 2015

The White House also posted an adorable photo of the two to commemorate their special day:

Happy Anniversary, @POTUS and @FLOTUS! pic.twitter.com/XeCVPhd0l8

— The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 3, 2015

First lady Michelle Obama says that in her years with the President she's learned to choose her battles.

"What I've come to find is, you don't sweat the small stuff," she told Ellen DeGeneres in March. "The journey that we've taken together, the fun we've had, the challenges we've faced, the two beautiful children that we're raising -- I kind of give him a pass now when he leaves his socks on the floor or tells that story for the one hundredth time and wants us to laugh at it as if we first heard it."

So sweet! Happy Anniversary to the first couple!