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  • White House celebrates Donald and Melania's anniversary with a sweet photo
  • Donald and Melania Trump's 15th wedding anniversary
  • Melania Trump sparked marital feud rumors during NCAA College Football Championship appearance

The White House celebrated President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump’s wedding anniversary.

On Wednesday, the POTUS and FLOTUS celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary. The White House paid a sweet tribute to the president and the first lady by sharing a sweet photo of them together.

In the snap, the first couple appears to be dancing. Melania and Trump are gazing at each other’s eyes as Melania’s hands rest on the POTUS’ shoulders and Trump places one hand on his wife’s waist. Melania is seen smiling at her spouse.

“They always look so happy together,” one commented.

“HAPPY ANNIVERSARY... PRESIDENT TRUMP AND FIRST LADY MELANIA! MAY YOU HAVE A BEAUTIFUL DAY AND MAY YOU ENJOY A HIGHLY BLESSED FUTURE!” another supporter stated.

“LOVE you both! PRAYING EVERY DAY FOR YOU TWO!!! May GOD continue to draw your hearts together and keep your covenant before Him strong! Blessings to you both, in Jesus' name!” @TheThrizzzle wrote.

“Happy Anniversary Mr. President @realDonaldTrump and Melania @FLOTUS   - America you both  - May God Bless You with many more years together & praying they are in the White House,” Margaret added.

Just last week, the FLOTUS sparked marital feud rumors during their joint appearance at the NCAA College Football Championship. Melania was caught on camera smiling as she stood beside her husband. When Trump reached out to hold her hand, Melania’s facial expression changed into a grimace.

One Twitter user commented that Melania looked miserable with Trump. Another added that she didn’t look happy with the hand holding. 

Meanwhile, Trump and Melania did not post anything on social media to commemorate their marriage milestone. Last year, they also didn’t make any noise about their anniversary on either Instagram or Twitter.

According to Express, Trump not mentioning the event on social media was a big surprise because the POTUS is “heavily involved” in it. In fact, he makes multiple posts in a day.

Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011 Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011 Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Andy Kropa