Joe & Jill Biden Are An Adorable Couple & Always Have Been

We're going to miss many, many things when President Barack Obama leaves the White House. But one of the things we will definitely miss most is Obama's right-hand man, Vice President Joe Biden.

Now, of course we're going to miss seeing all those Obama and Biden memes that have got us imagining what those two really talk about when alone in the Oval Office. (Seriously, just gives these two a TV show, podcast, anything.) But, we'll also hate saying goodbye to the guy who is trying to end sexual assault on college campuses, has been a guest star on two different TV shows — and officiated a wedding for two same-sex White House staffers.

But, most of all, we will miss seeing Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden on a regular basis.

We don't know if you've noticed, but these two are absolutely adorable. The couple, who have been married since 1977, steal kisses any chance they get. Rarely are they seen not holding hands. They support each other's passions and express such pride in one another. (Biden's Twitter bio is "Father, grandfather, husband to @DrBiden,) They're the epitome of #relationshipgoals. Seriously, find someone that looks at you the way Joe and Jill Biden look at each other.

While there's no scientific proof, it's safe to say looking at photos of the Bidens and they're infectious smiles are bound to make you smile, too. That's why we've put together a slideshow that with every click will make you love these two even more. But, not as much as they love each other.

Photo: Bettmann/Getty.
The couple are all smiles in 1987 after Biden announces he will be running for president.
Photo: Mark Reinstein/Corbis via Getty Images.
The two pose for the cameras in 1987 after Biden announces his candidacy for president.
Photo: Steve Liss/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images.
Then Sentaor Biden kisses Jill's head during his presidential run in 1988.
Photo: AP Photo/Mark Hirsch.
While running for president in 2008, Biden rests his head on Jill's shoulder before a rally in Dubuque, Iowa.
Photo: Christina Jamison/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images.
With their granddaughter in tow, the two get ready to take the stage at a 2008 rally in Pennsylvania.
Photo: Chris McGrath/Getty Images.
The newly minted Vice President embraces his wife after President Obama gave his victory speech in Chicago 2008.
Photo: Ken Cedeno/Corbis via Getty Images.
Joe and Jill steal a kiss in front of millions at the 2009 inauguration ceremony for President Obama.
Photo: TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images.
The vice president and his wife share a dance during the Commander in Chief's Ball at the National Building Museum in 2009.
Photo: Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic.
The two smile backstage at Billy Elliott: The Musical in 2009.
Photo: AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster.
The couple share a laugh in 2010 as she introduces him to speak at a reception in honor of the 16th anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act.
Photo: Ariel Schalit-Pool/Getty Images.
During a trip to Jerusalem in 2010, the couple share a quiet moment.
Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images.
On the final day of the 2012 Democratic Convention, Jill offers her husband a helping hand after he finished speaking to the North Carolina crowd.
Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images.
The two smile as they reach out to Virginia voters a day before the 2012 election.
Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images.
At the Inaugural Parade in 2013, the couple look absolutely giddy as they point at those who line the route in Washington, D.C.
Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Pool/Corbis via Getty Images.
After being sworn in for the second time in 2013, Biden shares a dance with his wife at the Inaugural Ball.
Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images.
Everyone seemed to want a shot of the vice president and the second lady sharing a dance at the Public Inaugural Ball in 2013.
Photo: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images.
The two dance cheek-to-cheek at the 2013 Inaugural Ball.
Photo: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images.
The two were all smiles on their way into the Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony in 2013.
Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images.
Biden steals a kiss from Jill as volunteers on the National Day of Service in 2013 look on.
Photo: Valerie Macon/Getty Images.
Joe and Jill look like American royalty at the Human Rights Campaign Los Angeles Gala Dinner in 2014.
Photo: Onur Coban/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images.
The couple walk in time during a visit Suleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey in 2014.
Photo: Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic.
The Bidens didn't throw away their shot to hang out with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda in 2015.
Photo: Gerardo Mora/Getty Images for Invictus Games.
The two make a Prince Harry sandwich at the 2016 Invictus Games while watching a wheelchair rugby game. We're going to guess it was a real nail-biter.
Photo: Paul Zimmerman/WireImage.
Doctor Jill Biden speaks onstage at the 2016 Social Good Summit as her husband looks on in support.

He would later take the stage, introducing himself in the most charming way: "My name is Joe Biden, Jill Biden's husband."
Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.
After giving a speech at the 2016 Democratic Convention, the two wave to the crowd, but still manage to keep hold of each other.
Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.
The crowd may be all about Joe, but he's all about his wife. As this hug proves at the 2016 Democratic Convention in Philadelphia, PA.
Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images.
Joe and Jill Biden sit down with the president in 2016 to talk about the Vice President's Cancer Moonshot Report, which looks to find ways to battle the disease.
Show More Comments...