ATLANTA — The Atlanta Braves’ “Kiss Cam” entertainment at Turner Field featured a famous couple Thursday night: former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn.

The two were in their usual seats near the Braves dugout during a 5-0 loss to Toronto, and they received a loud cheer when shown on the video board. Carter kissed his wife and then gave a big smile as the cheers continued.

The couple stayed around for all nine innings of the game.

Carter, 90, announced last month he has cancer that spread to his brain.

On Tuesday, a fit-looking Carter said he hasn’t suffered any ill effects after completing two of several planned cancer treatments.

The Carters held court for roughly an hour during “Conversation with the Carters,” a wide-ranging discussion that touched on his health, the Carter Center’s global programs, race relations and the problems surrounding the growing number of Syrian refugees overseas.

It was his first official Carter Center event since disclosing the full scope of his diagnosis in August.

Carter, dressed in a gray suit, joked that doctors had reduced his daily fluid intake.

“Instead of getting productive work done,” he said, “I’m spending a lot of time in the restroom.”