Bill and Hillary Clinton took a break from their respective projects to enjoy Oktoberfest together in Munich, Germany.
The political power couple was spotted posing for pictures with women outfitted in traditional dirndl dresses on Friday while enjoying the world’s largest beer festival.
Bill, 72, was also seen embracing the Oktoberfest spirit, wearing traditional lederhosen shorts and knee-high socks while Hillary, 70, wore a tamer pantsuit.
Hillary donned a bright orange and red patterned coat, while Bill sported a green vest over a blue button-up shirt.
The former president had his arm lovingly wrapped around his wife’s shoulders when they arrived at the festival, which is running until October 7.
The couple appeared to be in high spirits as they were pictured smiling and waving at people while walking through the crowds.
Bill was later seen flashing a grin as he hugged an unknown female guest during the celebrations.
The woman, who was wearing a dirndl dress, happily wrapped her arms around his waist during the warm embrace.
The former president was also seen chatting with another woman in the Käfer tent at the event.
Oktoberfest is held annually in Munich, and more than six million people from around the world attend the event every year.
The Clintons’ Oktoberfest appearance came just days after Tuesday’s announcement that Hillary has teamed up with director Steven Spielberg to work on a series about the struggle to get the 19th amendment passed in Tennessee.
While attending the Atlantic Events Festival, Hillary revealed how reading journalist Elaine Weiss’ book ‘The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote’ sparked the idea for a miniseries.
She then pitched the idea to Spielberg who said he loved the proposal.
Following Hillary’s run for president in 2016, the couple has dabbled in a variety of projects and events while enjoying their time away from the political limelight.
They enjoyed a date night in New York City at Christina Aguilera’s concert at Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday before jetting off to Germany.
The former first couple were seen chatting with fans and posing for photographs while enjoying the concert with Hillary’s former campaign aide Huma Abedin.