Celebrity couples had so much love to share that they couldn’t contain it to just real life and let it spill out onto the internet, too. Everyone’s favorite duos shared pictures, videos and love notes on social media to celebrate Valentine’s Day on Wednesday, and they couldn’t have been sweeter. Here are how six famous couples celebrated the holiday online:

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth

Although Hemsworth is not too active on social media and didn’t post any Valentine’s Day content, Cyrus shared enough for the both of them. She tweeted “Happy Vday to my Val @LiamHemsworth” along with a boomerang of herself in red lingerie and a heart with her boyfriend’s nickname, LiLi, on it.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

To show his affection, West returned to Instagram, after almost a year-long break, to add a photo of a piece of paper that simply read “Happy Valentine’s Day babe.” He made the same image his profile photo, as well.

After this post, he continued to add photos to his feed, but these ones were different. They were all of other famous couples from over the years, until the very end when he added a couple of him and Kardashian. In return, she shared a paparazzi shot of the two of them embracing on the street.

Millie Bobby Brown and Jacob Sartorius

The “Stranger Things” star posted a sweet photo of the two of them snuggling up, along with a “Happy Valentine’s Day J” caption, but that’s not all she did to celebrate. Although she and her boyfriend couldn’t be together on the holiday, she surprised him during his concert with a recorded video and some gifts. Sartorius shared a clip of the surprise to his Instagram and said how she won “best valentine in the world” and he loves and misses her.

Victoria and David Beckham

The fashion designer shared a sweet photo of her and her husband lying down together, cuddling, while captioning how much she loves him. She also tagged her other Valentines, her kids. He did the same thing on his page, posting a picture of the two of them enjoying a night outside together, along with tagging his family in the caption wished everyone a day “filled with love and happiness around the world.”

Barack and Michelle Obama

The couple exchanged virtual gifts with each other, with Barack’s a romantic photo of the two of them together, smiling as big as could be. Michelle’s was a bit more intricate. She dedicated a Valentine’s Day playlist to him and filled it with all of her favorite love songs.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend

In cuteness overload, Teigen added a video to Instagram of herself and Legend singing a duet version of Nat King Cole’s “L-O-V-E.” They sound great and look like they’re having fun, with Teigen not even letting a few lyric mess-ups get her down.

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John Legend and Chrissy Teigen attend the 60th Grammy Awards on Jan. 28, 2018, in New York. ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images