The Greatest: President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will go down in history as the best to ever run this amazing nation. Most are now upset that it's almost over especially with the current state of the up and coming election. The two were able to smile through the bittersweet moment and have a great time at their last State Dinner. Mrs. Obama looked amazing as usual in this Rose Gold custom-made Atelier Versace dress, hugging her curves in all the right places and the president wore his signature tux to compliment his beautiful wife attire for the evening.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife Landini were welcomed to the white House and State Diner with open arms. President Obama also paid tribute to the country of his guest of honor, Italy. During his toast he spoke about the 'enduring alliance' between both countries. He also spoke about the interior of the U.S. Capitol dome, noting that the Lincoln Memorial was done by Italians. He continued to speak highly of Italy Prime Minister, noting that Renzi 'represents the energy, optimism, vision and values that can carry Europe forward.' He ended his toast with a quote from Italian Yogi Berra, 'It ain't over till it's over.'
Love: It's beautiful to witness their love after 21-years of marriage. The president and first lady recently celebrated their wedding anniversary.
FLOTUS: First lady Michelle Obama was very attentive to her guest f honor, placing her hands on both Prime Minister Ranzi and his wife, as a form of friendship, closeness and protection.
Final Walk: Bittersweet that this is their final State Dinner, but we are all happy to have witnessed this amazing moment in history from the beginning of their term until now. You all will be greatly missed.
Gwen Stefani was one of the performers of the night. She was seen with her Love Blake Shelton.
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