Politics as usual?
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony took over Washington D.C. on Wednesday.
They joined Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi — and members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus — on Capitol Hill to discuss education in the Latino community and the college affordability legislation the House will consider this week.
They also hit the Oval Office, where they brought their 1-year-old twins Max and Emme.
Later, President Barack and Michelle Obama joined Lopez, 40, and Anthony at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's black-tie gala, where Anthony received a lifetime achievement award -- on his 41st birthday.
"I'm telling you, J-Lo, watch out," Obama said from the lectern, teasing her about the Latina Congress members who have a crush on her husband.
Lopez — who recently hosted a dinner for Sonia Sotomayor, the first Hispanic member of the Supreme Court — laughed and patted Anthony.