Jimmy Carter, Wife Rosalynn Caught On ‘Kiss Cam’ At Braves Game

Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn were caught sneaking a smooch on the “Kiss Cam” at an Atlanta Braves game at Turner Field on Thursday night.

The former president and his lovely wife were sitting in their usual seats near the dugout during a 5-0 loss to Toronto when they appeared on the videoboard. They kissed and then received a loud round of applause from the fans in the stadium, Fox5 San Diego. They remained at the game for the full nine innings.

The Atlanta Braves shared a picture of Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn on their official Twitter page later that night.

“ICYMI, #Braves Kiss Cam got presidential last night, courtesy of President and Mrs. Carter,” they tweeted, along with the picture.

The team also shared a photo of the Carter sitting in the stands, wearing a light blue button down shirt, and a Braves baseball cap.

“Welcome back to Turner Field, Mr. President!” the tweet read.

Last month, Carter announced that he had been diagnosed with cancer that had spread to his brain. The diagnosis was determined after a mass removed from his liver on August 3. The mass, along with four identified spots on his brain, were determined to be melanoma.

“Recent liver surgery revealed that I have cancer that now is in other parts of my body. I will be rearranging my schedule as necessary so I can undergo treatment by physicians at Emory Healthcare,” Carter said at the time, according to a previous report by the Inquisitr.

Carter was surprisingly calm when he made his announcement, explaining that he had lived a wonderful life and was prepared for anything that was to come.

“I just thought I had a few weeks left. But I was surprisingly at ease. I’ve had a wonderful life, I’ve had thousands of friends, and I’ve had an exciting and adventurous and gratifying existence. So I was surprisingly at ease.

“Now I feel it’s in the hands of God.”

Carter, the 39th President of the United States, also revealed that he would be starting radiation treatment at Emory Healthcare.

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