Even being the President of the United States doesn’t mean you can’t be romantic on Valentine’s Day.

And President Obama has proven just that, as has the First Lady Michelle Obama.

Speaking on the Ellen Degeneres show, the Obamas decided to wish each other a very sweet, and very romantic Valentine’s Day.

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Michelle started, saying: “Roses are red, Violets are blue, You are the President, And I am your boo.”

“Somebody call the situation room, ’cause things are about to get hot,” the President quips back.

He then says the two will have zucchini bread, and “veggies on a plate, just the way you like them.”

Going on, he adds: “I’ve made a lot of great decisions as president, but the best decision I ever made was choosing you.”

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As well as being really romantic, Obama hailed Ellen DeGeneres for her work for equality.

As 2016 began, Obama said that equal marriage coming to all 50 states was one of his “favourite moments” last year.

The President was he opened up about his favourite things to happen in 2015 during a discussion with People Magazine.

He picked out the reception he held following the momentous Supreme Court ruling, meaning same-sex marriage is a constitutional right and cementing weddings in all 50 states.

“The gathering outside the White House following the Supreme Court ruling upholding the right of same sex couples to marry,” he said.

Meanwhile, DeGeneres was given just cause to celebrate last month, after her show was awarded a hefty renewal deal – which will see the show remain on air until 2020.

It was announced last month that the daytime talk show has reached a three-year renewal deal with NBC – which secures the show’s future until the 2019-20 season.

The show first launched in 2003, but still attracts around 3.9 million viewers per episode.

DeGeneres often uses the show as a platform to talk about LGBT stories and issues as part of the line-up, and has interviewed a number of prominent guests – from Caitlyn Jenner to Obama himself.