Barack Obama and wife Michelle Obama got into the Valentine's Day spirit through their social media accounts.

The former U.S. president took to Twitter to pay a tribute to his wife, Michelle, on Valentine's Day. "Happy Valentine's Day, @MichelleObama. You make every day and every place better," Obama wrote.

Michelle did the same and made Obama feel extra special by making a playlist for her husband titled "Forever Mine: Michelle to Barack". "Happy #ValentinesDay to my one and only, @BarackObama. To celebrate the occasion, I'm dedicating a little Valentine's Day playlist to you!" Michelle wrote on Twitter.

Michelle's playlist for Obama includes 44 songs. According to Huffington Post, the number may reference to Obama being the 44th president of the united States.

The playlist is filled with classic love songs including Andra Day's "Forever Mine," Diana Ross' "Endless Love," Elton John's "Your Song" and Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time." There are also songs from today's popular artists like Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You," Rihanna and Calvin Harris' "We Found Love," John Legend's "All of Me" and Adele's "Make You Feel My Love."

In related news, Obama and Prince Harry are good friends. In fact, the two gentlemen were spotted laughing and chatting in September during the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto as they watched the wheelchair basketball game.

The British royal also interviewed Obama in December for BBC News' "Today" program. The former POTUS even joked about speaking in the British accent. Meanwhile, Prince Harry also showed his humor when he threatened Obama with a serious face if he used long pauses.

Initially, multiple sources claimed that Prince Harry would not invite Obama to his royal wedding with Meghan Markle to avoid diplomatic issues. Inviting the Obamas without having Donald Trump will appear as if the royals snub the current U.S. President.

However, Rupert Adams, spokesman for the betting agency William Hill PLC, thinks that the Obamas are still likely to get an invite to the royal wedding.

"We've changed our minds on this. We think Harry is in a position that he does not have to worry about the political implications of an invite," Adams told USA Today. "We feel strongly that the Obamas will get an invite."

Meanwhile, Adams added that Trump is unlikely to receive an invite. "We'd be very surprised to see him on the guest list," Adams said of Trump's possible attendance at the royal wedding.

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Barack and Michelle Obama greeted each other on Valentine's Day on Twitter. Pictured: Barack and Michelle kiss as they wait for President-elect Donald Trump and wife Melania at the White House before the inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Getty Images/Kevin Dietsch