The Hall of Hotness: Politician Wives That Will Make You Drool

Michelle Obama

Michelle is perhaps one of the most fashionable First Ladies we’ve seen in quite some time. She’s also a very articulate person, which comes necessary when you’re a lawyer. She also promotes healthy eating. No wonder she looks so stunning.

She's also made history, so to speak. That's because she's the very first African American First Lady of the United States of America, being married to current President, Barack Obama. She also occasionally appears on TV shows like Ellen, whereas her husband is a regular guest on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Talk about being among the hippest political couples around, eh?

Jeanette Rubio

Marco Rubio, senator of Florida, certainly has great taste. He actually married a former cheerleader for the Miami Dolphins. In fact, they tied the knot way back in 1997. Right now, they are the proud parents of 4 lovely kids.

Here are a few interesting facts about Jeanette. First, she doesn't make campaign speeches for her husband. Second, she volunteers for Kristi's House, which is aimed to provide assistance and protection to youth who have been involved and abused in sex trafficking. She is also the very first Latina First Lady, which has certainly upped interest over her in her home country of Colombia.

Janna Ryan

The world of politics is a pretty complicated one. Many political figures don’t get to see eye to eye on certain matters pertaining to the welfare of the government. Some pretty big issues often end up with debates and argumentation prior to resolution. They will, however, do their best and create decisions that will be the for the betterment of all. Nonetheless, even if these guys might not have made the best impressions, they do have an eye for the attractive ladies. As the saying goes, “behind every great man, is a great woman.” She’s married to Paul Ryan, who ran for Vice President during Mitt Romney’s bid for presidency back in 2012. She’s also a lawyer specializing in tax cases. They got married back in 2000. They now have 3 beautiful children.

Although her hubby Paul is a proud conservative Republican, Janna actually has Democrat roots. She has been often dubbed as a very "practical conservative" many times. Janna continues to focus on as a stay-at-home mother.

Sandra Lee

Sandra has her own TV show on the Food Network. When she’s not in front of the cameras, she spends time with her hubby, Andrew Cuomo, who is the governor of New York City. They first started dating after he got divorced back in 2011. They are currently living in Chappaqua, NY.

Sandra has made a name for herself from her cooking show, which she describes as using 70 % pre-packaged products & 30% fresh items. She's also made a lot of money off "Sandre Lee Kraft Kurtains," which is a home decorating tool. It was sold through informercials and the Home Shopping Network. For this product alone, she has made over 20 million dollars.

Carla Bruni

Carla Bruni was formerly a supermodel, making her quite the hot topic in Europe back in the day. Her smoldering and seductive looks had her grace the cover of many fashion magazines. However, when she got married in 2008 to France’s president, Nicolas Sarkozy, she definitely elevated her status in society. They just had their first daughter, Guilia, 5 years ago.

She's currently engaged in some philanthropic work, having been the global ambassador for women and children against HIV and also a spokesperson for PETA. However, Carla is no stranger to the limelight. She's had her fair share of high profile romances back in the late 80s, from Mick Jagger to Eric Clapton. That's what you get when you're a supermodel of such magnificent beauty.

Hillary Clinton

Hillary’s got a lot to fill her resume with. How about First Lady, Secretary of State and Senator? Mighty impressive, wouldn’t you think? You can definitely tell former US President Bill Clinton is pretty proud of her. What great lengths that two former law students in the 70s would eventually reach, right?

Hillary's currently running for the US Presidency. Her staunch views of feminism have certainly led to her gaining support, as well as a few detractors who feel she is taking it to an extreme level. Nonetheless, she's a better pick than someone like, say, Donald Trump, wouldn't you agree?