Presidential PDA: Jimmy Carter’s kiss cam moment is par for the course

Former President Jimmy Carter and wife Rosalynn shared a tender moment on The Atlanta Braves’ “Kiss Cam” at Turner Field on Thursday night.

The former Commander-In-Chief and first lady were in their usual seats (they’re season ticket holders) near the Braves dugout during a 5-0 loss to Toronto, according to the Associated Press. The couple, who’ve been married for 69 years, received a loud ovation and they returned the recognition with a big smile.

The moment was bittersweet in light of the fact that the 90-year-old announced last month he has been diagnosed with cancer that has spread to his his brain. The president said he would scale back his work at The Carter Center to focus on treating the disease. 

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Meanwhile, this far from the first time a first couple has shown their affection for each other in public.

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama, married since 1992, shared their own “Kiss Cam” moment at a Team USA basketball exhibition game in Washington D.C. in 2012.

Here’s a look back at adorable White House couples expressing their love. 

Former President Jimmy Carter kisses his wife, Rosalynn, on the "Kiss Cam" during a baseball game between the Atlanta Braves and the Toronto Blue Jays, Sept. 17, 2015, in Atlanta. (Photo by John Bazemore/AP)
Former President Jimmy Carter kisses his wife, Rosalynn, on the “Kiss Cam” during a baseball game between the Atlanta Braves and the Toronto Blue Jays, Sept. 17, 2015, in Atlanta. 
Photo by John Bazemore/AP
President Barack Obama (L) kisses First Lady Michelle Obama (R) as they arrive to deliver remarks during a campaign event in Dubuque, Iowa, on Aug. 15, 2012, during his three-day campaign bus tour across the state. (Photo by Jim Watson/AFP/Getty)
President Barack Obama (L) kisses First Lady Michelle Obama (R) as they arrive to deliver remarks during a campaign event in Dubuque, Iowa, on Aug. 15, 2012, during his three-day campaign bus tour across the state.
Photo by Jim Watson/AFP/Getty
In this Jan. 20, 1961 file photo, Jacqueline Kennedy, left, places her hand under the chin for her husband, President John F. Kennedy, moments after he became president. (Photo by Henry Burroughs/AP)
In this Jan. 20, 1961 file photo, Jacqueline Kennedy, left, places her hand under the chin for her husband, President John F. Kennedy, moments after he became president.
Photo by Henry Burroughs/AP
First Lady Hillary Clinton kisses her husband, American President Bill Clinton, while the pair dance at a White House dinner party, Washington D.C., 1997. (Photo by Barbara Kinney/White House/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty)
First Lady Hillary Clinton kisses her husband, American President Bill Clinton, while the pair dance at a White House dinner party, Washington D.C., 1997.
Photo by Barbara Kinney/White House/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty
American President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford share a happy momnet as they hug each other in the White House's Oval Office, Washington D.C., Dec. 6, 1974. (Photo by David Hume Kennerly/White House/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty)
American President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford share a happy momnet as they hug each other in the White House’s Oval Office, Washington D.C., Dec. 6, 1974.
Photo by David Hume Kennerly/White House/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty
President Ronald Reagan kisses wife Nancy in the White House. (Photo by Jack Kightlinger/White House/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty)
President Ronald Reagan kisses wife Nancy in the White House.
Photo by Jack Kightlinger/White House/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty
President Lyndon Johnson (C) dances with wife Lady Bird at his inaugural ball in Washington, D.C., 1965. (Photo by Yale Joel/Life Magazine/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty)
President Lyndon Johnson (C) dances with wife Lady Bird at his inaugural ball in Washington, D.C., 1965.
Photo by Yale Joel/Life Magazine/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty
President George W. Bush kisses his wife, First Lady Laura Bush, during the Constitution Ball, the first in a series of events for the night following his second term inauguration on Jan. 20, 2005 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty)
President George W. Bush kisses his wife, First Lady Laura Bush, during the Constitution Ball, the first in a series of events for the night following his second term inauguration on Jan. 20, 2005 in Washington, D.C.
Photo by Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty

Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Hillary Clinton, Jimmy Carter, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan

Presidential PDA: Jimmy Carter's kiss cam moment is par for the course