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The Obamas are celebrating their 23rd wedding anniversary. Pictured: U.S. President Barack Obama has his tie adjusted by first lady Michelle Obama as they await the arrival of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Peng Liyuan for a state dinner at the White House in Washington, Sept. 25, 2015. Mike Theiler/Reuters

The first couple celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary Saturday with a pair of photos on Twitter.

President Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson married Oct. 3, 1992, at Trinity United Church in Chicago. The next year, the missus promptly forgot their first anniversary, the Huffington Post reported.

"He asked me, 'Well, what are we going to do on Saturday?' And I go, 'What's Saturday?' And it was our anniversary -- I forgot." The president's response? "Cold," Michelle Obama revealed on "The View" in 2012.

Obama paid tribute to the date on his own Twitter account:

There was no answering tweet on her account.

The first lady said in March she no longer "sweats the small stuff."

"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 100th time and wants us to laugh at it as if we first heard it," she said on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."

The couple has two daughters: Malia, born in 1998, and Sasha, born in 2001.

This is the last anniversary the couple will celebrate in the White House -- unless Michelle Obama wins her own term. Gossip Cop noted their love story is being made into a movie, "Southside for You," focused on their first date when they saw Spike Lee's "Do The Right Thing" (1989).