There are a lot of reasons we'll miss the Obamas in the White House. We've watched Malia and Sasha grow up before our very eyes, and our lady crush on Michelle is stronger than ever. But really, it's because the State Dinners thrown by the Obamas were the *best* parties we were never invited to. In honor of Obama's final State Dinner, let's look back at all 13 thrown by Barry and Michelle. It's okay. We're teary-eyed too.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife, Agnese Landini, were the guests of honor for President Obama's final State Dinner.
Talk about going out with a bang. Michelle looked *flawless* in a rose gold Atelier Versace gown. The dress plus the flirty laughter between Michelle and Barack reminded us why we'll miss them so much: they are the ultimate #goals.
Michael Feldman and Savannah Guthrie.
Frank Ocean and Katonya Breaux.
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani.
Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld.
Chance the Rapper and Kenneth Bennett.
Rachael Ray and John Cusimano.
Back in August, the Obamas hosted a State Dinner honoring Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and and his wife Ho Ching.
The First Lady wore a stunning white strapless dress by Brandon Maxwell that was *so* good it got the POTUS 👍 of approval.
Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys.
Chrisette Michele and Doug Ellison.
The biggest State Dinner...ever? The Obamas welcomed leaders from Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Iceland for the Nordic State Dinner.
Michelle chose a beautiful blush gown by Naeem Khan, which she accessorized with coordinating FLOTUS and POTUS smiles ✔️✔️.
Aziz Ansari and his mother, Fatima.
Al Roker and Deborah Roberts.
Tracee Ellis Ross.
Bellamy Young and Ed Weeks.
Evan Spiegel and Miranda Kerr.
Will Ferrell and Viveca Paulin.
The Obamas threw a State Dinner in May to honor the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau.
Michelle wore a printed strapless gown by Jason Wu that showed off her *killer* arms.
Jennifer Bareilles and Sara Bareilles.
Malia Obama at her *first* State Dinner (!!) and she was joined by...
Sasha! The youngest Obama also made her first State Dinner appearance in March.