US President Barack Obama never ceases to show his love for his wife Michelle Obama, be it Presidential campaigns or basketball match.
Where Indian politicians even refrain from commenting about their spouses, Obamas are often spotted holding hands, kissing and hugging.
Barack Obama might be in midst of Presidential campaign, but the US President has eyes only for his wife Michelle.
Known to be a style icon, Michelle Obama is much more than just her fashion sense. She is often spotted by her husband's side during international visits.
During their public appearances, the two are often seen as a much-in-love couple. They never miss a chance to show affection for each other.
As the onlookers cheer, Barack is spotted kissing his wife during a pre-Olympic exhibition basketball game.
It's not just Barack and Michelle, who have been supporting each other. Reublican nominee Mitt Romney has also got the backing from his wife Ann Romney.
Instead of keeping their wives away from the public view, Indian politicians should take a cue from Ann and Mitt. In the picture, Ann spotted kissing husband Mitt after a debate with President Barack Obama.
Unlike the politicians in India who campaign without their spouses, Mitt Romney has found support in wife Ann.
Taking a cue from their contenders, Mitt and Ann are also spotted indulging in some public display of affection.
It's not just Americans who believe in display of affection. French President Nicolas Sarkozy was spotted holding his Carla Bruni's hand during their visit to India.
A former model Carla Bruni married Nicolas Sarkozy in 2008.
Carla, who stumped Nicolas with her good looks, is often spotted beside her husband during international visits.
Nicolas and Carla sharing some private talk.
Even British Prime Minister David Cameron is not far behind. He was spotted kissing his wife Samantha.
Foreign politicians consider their spouse to be a great support in their career.
Samantha, who is a business executive, has been a constant support to David.