Ayesha Curry is feeling out a new title.
The couple, who tied the knot in 2011, looked right-at-home during their visit.
Ayesha rocked an all-black outfit consisting of a belted jacket, trousers tucked into ankle boots and a turtleneck. She topped off her look with large silver earrings, silver rings and a sleek bun.
Stephen shined wearing a cobalt blue suit paired with a black tie, shiny black shoes and a silver watch.
"So grateful," Ayesha began in her post's caption. "[Stephen], I'm so proud of you, my love. Today was one for the books."
Fans were quick to show their love for the couple, with many nothing that they should become the next presidential power couple.
"First Lady vibes, not gonna lie," one fan wrote.
"Behind every successful man there is a strong woman," another added.
"POTUS and FLOTUS!" someone raved.
"Your future home," someone else commented.
"You look perfectly comfortable there! Curry2024!" replied a fan.
"Love you guys so much. Standing stronger than ever. Goals!" one person chimed in.
It was the first time in seven years that the couple visited the White House, after the Golden State Warriors chose to not visit former President Donald Trump despite their past two wins in 2017 and 2018.
The team returned on Tuesday, where Stephen spent some time reflecting on the past seven years as well as sharing thanks to President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris for their role in the release of WNBA star Brittney Griner.
"It means a lot to know that she's here," Stephen noted, "and all the work that went on behind the scenes to make that a reality. So I just want to say thank you there."
Ayesha has shown her husband some major support over time, and makes it a point for the both of them to stay focused during stressful moments.
Talking to The Cut in December, Ayesha shared her nightly routine and how she's roped Stephen into it.
"I have a gratitude journal, and I try my best to reflect every night before I go to bed. I try to learn one new thing, like a new mantra or one new prayer, for my life every night. Something that I can close my eyes and reflect on in my sleep. Or at least that's the intention, that I'm going to create these sweet dreams for myself by thinking of something positive before I go to bed. That's become a ritual for me," she said.
"I was just telling my husband the other day that I think we should take 30 minutes every night for us to separately do something to better ourselves after we put the kids to bed. Whether it’s reading, taking a bath, or a mini-facial. Then at the end of the day, we have something new to bring to the table for each other, and we feel refreshed and revived. It’s made a huge difference already."